Editors’ Notes These alt-rockers have a knack for mixing emotional vulnerability with gruff edginess. The soulful piano melody on “It Is What It Is” calls to mind the Fray’s “You Found Me,” the propulsive bass drum and lovelorn lyrics of “All In” is akin to Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me,” and we hear some Dylan-esque phrasing on the album’s hazy title track.