Hailing from the western 'burbs, the quintet plays chunky power-pop beefed up with choruses common to '80s club rock: earnest sing-alongs about lookin' for love and livin' the hard life on a cold city's mean streets. "One/Night/Stand!" chants singer Sheamus Carney in "If It Was Always This Easy," an ambivalent anthem about playing the field. Carney doesn't like club girls, but he sure seems to have a good time with them. It'll make you groan or giggle, guaranteed.