Good Time starts off with quirky guitar fingerings reminiscent of indie music found in Wes Anderson films, but soon takes a very grooving beat with edgy euphoric melodies, which break down into an epic atmospheric piano, guitar, and drum development at the end. It's existentially cerebral and nostalgic, but warm and inviting. It's like a stimulating coastal-mist, both gloomy and refreshing. The power and true feeling culminates in the lyrics: "never know just why, losing my mind, why did it have to hurt all the time." I'm losing my mind too, because this song tugs at your heartstrings. It's a song that's so good, so visceral, so natural, that it hurts. Listening to the song is an experience, a good time.
Don't worry, you'll be hearing much more of this band soon. They have a new album coming out next month. We'll be sure to keep you updated.