It's not heavy or stoner rock at all. The closest comparison you could make would be to the softer, female sung Desert Sessions tunes, or some of the Earthlings? stuff. But the songs are strong and will stick with you after only a couple listens. Some of the tunes are poppy in a singer/songwriter kind of way, others have a jazz swing to them. Over it all are Molly's infectious vocals, conveying a sassy, sultry attitude that adds a neat personality to the tunes. Brant's drumming is laid back and tasteful, like his work on the Jalamanta album. He quietly holds down the beat without distracting you from the melodies. Dave Catching adds some pedal steel here and there to add some twang to a few of the songs.