Starting off with, “Anatomy of a Crush,” Grogan attempts to show how amorous thoughts are stagnated by inactivity. The universal appeal in “Stick the Landing” beckons to anyone who has ever experienced love. With “Myself Away,” Guy manages to boast a shredding guitar intro which arouses more interest into the effort. Immediately, it becomes apparent that “House for the Leaving,” yearns to rekindle a once-vibrant romance.
Positive guitar playing on “Between Sundays” entices one to further invest into Guy’s creative cache. The agony of “Aelegy” reminds one that departed love is usually never fully resurrected. The polished gems, “Just Don’t Know,” and “Head Start to Light” definitely stand out.