Oh hey! Look who’s back! Proper album, now on tour … its like Reptar are taking this seriously or something. I’m going to venture to say that the album is more of a proper album, which is to say nothing jumps out at me the way their previous material has. This isn’t a bad thing! The young gents appealing to rockist sensibilities while evading true beardiness is an impressive feat. I’m including tracks one and two, for the impressive intro and initial climax, but you really should listen to the whole thing. The album’s broadening of palette to more closely match their psyched out live presence is a better representation of who they are as a band these days and probably where they’re going.