Another twinkly indie punk band that relies on its poor yet adequate production to perhaps boost its authenticity or make up for it's poor or disjointed lyrics. They are certainly competent and content with their sound. Nothing here is particularly remarkable however, Dads manages to be incredibly consistent. Interestingly, there are two different vocalists, though it may be difficult to tell as they somewhat alike. The dual-vocals don't really add onto the album, nor do they make it anymore interesting than it already was.