By Tony Sclafani
Less immediate than its predecessor, but more fun to listen to.
By Jason MacNeil
Not as mellow as Jack Johnson, Matt Costa's debut album is a very consistent, engaging, and charming piece of pop rock that taps into classic influences.
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