Their 2011 release of "John Huston" was an instant ear pleaser and seeded a desire for more of the sort. The story behind the making of SEESAW is quite dramatic and the completed record is equally so and, furthermore, dynamic. "Who Knows" opens Side A with a pleasant wallowing rock surprise and matching vocals. "Slumber" is a very slow and melancholy song that settles well. "Young and Innocent" is one of the biggest standouts on the album and is a definite audience grabber.
After listening to a whole album front to end there's no better feeling then wanting to listen to it all over again - and I think you will want to do just that with SEESAW.