I have never listened to a Sleatr-Kinney album before today. And after listening to their "comeback" album, apparently I've been missing out. What we get on their latest is a kick in the mouth, and I'm left with a swollen lip and a half smile. It's a short and sweet punch, never letting up and showcasing that they haven't apparently lost their punk rock touch. It rolls, never letting up, and it's better for it, because you don't want to stop and think about it too much. As a fan of 90s music, the album feels like a bike ride back in time, truly transformative. More than solid, it's the kick in the ass jumpstart that 2015 needs after such a lackluster 2014.