For a band as multi-faceted in the vocal department as to have three separate, yet all somewhat talented, vocalists, it's a bit easier to be lax from a songwriting standpoint, as it's often a choice to just have the voices of the vocalists carry entire songs. Fortunately, that doesn't happen very much here, as Emery manages to bring in very good performances from the guitars and drums, and have clearly audible and enjoyable bass work. And while Josh Head's screamed vocals are an acquired taste, his use of keyboards is tasteful and fun, especially on opener "Walls". The interweaving and lovely singing from both lead vocalist Toby Morrell and rhythm guitarist Devin Shelton are always a highlight on any song here, and the alternating between somber, relaxed emo and more fiery, but no less passionate, post-hardcore gives some nice variety. In a nutshell, it's a good debut from Emery, showing their potential even early on.