The co-lead singer sounds very much like Tom Waits, but is balanced out by the soft melody of his female counterpart. The first song that drew me in was Paper Girl. Never mind the fact that it's been stuck in my head for almost a week, it's raw, its powerful. The beat coupled with heavy rifts carries Paper girl as it does The Garden, a wonderful album opener. The Garden sounds like good ole dirty rock and roll. Makes you want to get down and dance. Someone starts a little muddled but the hook brings it all together wonderfully. The more ballad-esque, Having You Around, slows down the pace and showcases a slower paced tempo before leading into a brooding Dont Call Home. I think a song that will be overlooked on this album is The Come Down Champion. A bare-bones song that has multiple layers underneath that compile wonderfully at the end. They honestly could release an album with the male singer narrating paint dry and I'd still listen to it. I can't wait for them to tour the small clubs in the US as I'll definitely be there no question.