I'm embargoed on mentioning the album title (think it's out there anyway) or any track titles, but I see nothing about not being able to write about the music itself ... so, until I get yelled at to shut up, I'm gonna do just that. Now, in order to avoid the wraith of the insane All Time Low fans (again), I'll just say that I wasn't the biggest fan of "Dirty Work." Um, I'm powering through making any more comments on that one. I will however say that the new "totally not mentioning the album title" album returns back to what I enjoyed about the band in their previous releases. It's a pop (heavy on the pop) punk album. Now, take this as a compliment -- but I think this album is what a lot of fans wanted after Boys Like Girls' first album. Catchy pop-punk with simple lyrics about growing up and having fun. If you liked "Nothing Personal" or "So Wrong, It's Right" - I feel like this is what you were looking for. If you never liked the band before, I doubt at this point they're going to convince you to all of a sudden become a fan. But, if you're going to check out one song ... you need to check out the tune with Jason Vena (formerly of Acceptance) because it's easily the best song the band's ever written and makes me want a new Acceptance album as badly as it makes me wanna just put that track on repeat.