Car Party’s High & Low Places opens with the beautifully constructed, harmoniously complacent “Please Me” which features Ace Enders (The Early November). From the sounds of the first track, I have a feeling that the next three are going to paint a clear-cut picture of what this band has to offer-and there is no way I’m going to be let down. As the EP eases into “ Forever Family” the pace picks up, but the serenity remains, making for a smooth mix between. “Dear Son” packs in the intensity, and provides another enticing song filled with endless potential. The EP leaves us with “Anniversary” which comes full circle with a more melancholy sound, incorporating high emotions and impressive inflections. With enough intensity to keep their listeners engaged yet a well blended assortment of tones, Car Party brings this EP to a compelling close.
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