Local folk-punk that, as it turns out, has one of the CD Cellar’s employees as one of it’s members. A solid album, very good, but not particularly original or outstanding. Acoustic guitars dominate the album, but thankfully the guitarist in question gives his playing a good deal of variety, and fantastic expression and emotion behind the notes. Song titles and lyrics can wax generic, but not the point where it starts to impede enjoying the album. Overall a good listen for those looking for some lighter punk.