Returning with their trademark jangle, Beach Fossils refocus on the laid-back Indie sound that made their name after expanding their sound on their previous three albums. ‘Bunny’ is awash with lush shoegaze guitar rhythms, while melodies are soaked in spring reverb and Duston Payseur’s vocals waft through in a dream-like haze. Tracks like ‘Don’t Fade Away’ balance this dreamlike instrumentation with peppy tempo, while ‘Dare Me’ is a softened, wistful take on Pop Punk. The overall tone is nostalgic, while Payseur’s lyrics grapple with a sense of ageing that lends added depth to his introspect. While some bands feel revitalised when they loop back to a previous sound, as if they’d never detoured away, Beach Fossils instead add depth and nuance to their sound, lending weight to their lo-fi Dream Pop by coming at it from a more grounded angle.