This debut EP from Bunny Foot Charm sounds almost like a split single between two different bands. On one hand, the A-side of "Make You Cry" contains a walloping sound of guitar-based indie blues that could fit within the likes of Pavement, Built to Spill, and Modest Mouse. Although the lyrical content either comes across as overly melodramatic or tongue in cheek -- the chorus goes "this song may make you cry" while the vocalist does his best impression of Doug Martsch -- "Make You Cry" is a catchy verse-chorus-verse anthem for the heart-wrenched indie boy. The same goes for the B-side of "You're Always Fucking Right," which features the same self-pitied vocals and lyrical content of love gone wrong. The only difference is that the guitars are replaced with a piano, almost giving it a new wave feel. All in all, this EP was a pleasant surprise that hopefully wont be overlooked because of limited distribution.
AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco