The EP does much to make the listener laugh. It’s also very experimental and, daresay, progressive. The keyboards add that little bit more atmosphere, an element perhaps neglected and, perhaps, deliberately eschewed by bands in similar genres. You could never claim the band to have the individual attributes of a super group in the mould of, say, but that’s besides the point. The collective sum of their parts makes them a tight and, yes, talented band. Sometimes the beauty is in the simplicity, and how it’s deployed. The Japanese signature guitar lick, and its placement in the right places, for example.