It grows on you
Compared to their previous endeavor, Walk It Off (which sadly is no longer on eMusic), this is a cleaner sounding, slightly more poppy album. That's neither good nor bad, but be prepared to hear them creeping slightly into Vampire Weekend territory on a few of the tracks. I still feel Walk It Off is one of the best summer driving-with-the-windows-down albums ever made, but this will be a contender as well. I didn't warm up to it quite as fast, but sooner or later, it does grow on you.