The alternative rock trio New Politics’ newest album brings the same rambunctious energy the group has become known for. Their genre-bending blend of pop, punk and dance music is still present, and their music celebrates the ideas of rebellion, youth and angst. Those who like the band’s previous work will enjoy this new album, although nothing really stands out as new or ground breaking. The album starts with the song “Everywhere I Go (Kings and Queens),” a pretty catchy jam dedicated to the underdogs and outcasts that sets the mood for the rest of the album. From there, it jumps back and forth between the energetic, counter-culture punk rock style and the occasional laid-back and more thoughtful ditties. It’s a fun collection of anthems, with a youthful rhythm and beats that make you want to dance or jump around. Overall, the album is amusing and enjoyable, but not particularly innovative or surprising. Make sure to keep this band in your playlist.