This EP's title track flows like a combination of almost any Chris Janson track and Little Big Town's "Pontoon." It's a relaxed, breezy floatation device. The song's closest lyrical relative is "Row, Row, Row Your Boat." It's escapist material, and as such, is not bad. "Mugshots," though, is like a nicer, less misogynistic Florida Georgia Line. (FGL is also a duo, by the way). "Can't Say No" is another one of those vice vs. virtue songs about bad habits difficult to avoid. The song features a killer opening line with, "Long legged women and long neck bottles."
These five songs are all relatively lighthearted. As with Florida Georgia Line, no problem's too big that a drunken party won't fix it. It's quite alright to have a good time, but no life is a party all the time. A tad more emotional balance would have earned Everette a little more respect. Then again, this is a brief, five-song EP. Maybe watching some of the Coen Brothers' more serious films might expand their point of view.