This kind of musical atmosphere goes on to define That Was Then, This is Now. It is a collection of off-the-wall, edge-of-your-seat hardcore punk songs that can have a poppier edge, but not to the extent that they can be considered pop-punk. It's seen in the catchiness that the rhythm section produce in the chorus of Trading Water as guitarist Maud E Licious produces a bouncy hook that will sound fitting at the party to end all parties. Of course, this isn't really the main sound the band create. For the most part, they're delivering a mad sounding energetic punk riot. The furious screaming of Jack Udon paired with Licious displaying his speedier picking on tracks like Don't Just Stare At It, EAT IT! and The JCWho which also pack a fair share of brutal breakdowns make these songs pretty much moshpit gold.
The band seem pretty keen to distance themselves from the image that the TV advert portrayed them to be in because they make much of the music as weird as they possibly can. Be it in the complex, stuttering structure of Snakes or the odd-yet-atmospheric digital effects from