Instrumentally, their third song, "Scatterbrain," is the strongest, with a double baseline, fluid drum work, and acoustical drops that make you forget the band is a three piece. It carries one of the best progressions, most melodic vocals, and changes riffs.
"Scatterbrain" also harkens back to the days when Robert Anderson was composing everything on an acoustic guitar. It is also the only carryover from the days that the band was a four-piece called Relapse.
Nowadays, the band works more seamlessly with both Anderson and Parnagian writing songs, often combining bits of each other's poetry together. Other times, they jam first and write later.
I originally stumbled onto the band last year, months before the EP was ready for release. You can learn more about its history as a featured indie artist pick. For anyone who loves alternative rock reminiscent of another era but with a fresh sound, Acustalapse is a band to watch this year.