Boston duo You Won’t ‘s freshman album, Skeptic Goodbye, is replete with rollicking rifts and endearing lyrics. “Television”, with its comforting piano and handclap beat perpetually guides the listener through to the end of the song, while the repeated refrain “And it always ends the same” compliments this steady beat beautifully. Wrapping up in under two minutes, “Ten Years Old” is another great track. It starts out mildly with the vocals of Josh Arnoudse and a little piano ditty that is reminiscent of something out of Charlie Brown. This is soon interrupted by what can only be described as the drop, as a rush of horns blow in and introduce a strong beat to make for a boisterous mix. Just as fast as it began, the song is over, leaving one craving for more and humming the catchy tune for hours after.