As one of the most solid emo-pop/pop-punk bands around, Saves The Day's third full-length isn't that much different from its successor, but that isn't a bad thing in this case. Sameyness and cohesiveness aren't mutually exclusive things, and as such it's well-made, well-performed, and occasionally brilliant pop-punk, with those lovable vocal harmonies, catchy choruses, and nice bass work that the band does so well. As for the occasionally brilliant side of things, that comes in the one-two punch of "Jukebox Breakdown" and quite possibly their best slower song, "Freakish". The album never quite reaches the heights of those two songs besides the opener "At Your Funeral", but the openers always rule on albums like these. There's really nothing more one can say about it, but if you're looking for some catchy-as-all-hell pop-punk, Stay What You Are is definitely a recommendation.