Unrelenting, gut punching in your face rock n' roll. That's what WWPJP offers on their sophomore release. In a day-in-age where most indie rock bands try to differ themselves and offer something unique and complex, WWPJP keeps it very simplistic and straight forward. From the opening chords of "Circles and Squares" you know what you are getting yourself into. Loud, over distorted guitars with the amps cranked to "11." Thunderous and unconventional drumming and a powerful, yet emotional strong Scottish voice. These are the keys to success that made their 2009 debut These Four Walls very good. However, this album is musically more aggressive, powerful and louder (if that's possible). Gone are the tender and quieter moments that were on the first record, WWPJP never stops bringing the intensity, and if they do seem to ease up, it's only a build up to a thunderous chorus or interlude. Lyrically the album is similar to it's predecessor, dark songs about relationships that have not panned out or longing for. When you think of Scottish bands you usually think of Belle and Sebastian, Camera Obscura and Travis, bands that produce easy to absorb melodic pop music (although Travis has really gone down hill since The Invisible Band, and B&S can get pretty complex), with WWPJP it's nice to see them break the mold and deliver great rock music that, if continued, can possibly put them in the same breath as other great Scottish music makers.