The amazing thing about "the climate of music" idea is that while we have bands that can have given us the perfect winter, spring, summer, or fall album, we have rarely have had a band that have given us a great album for all four seasons. This is because it is tough to combine the energy and apathetic nature of summer music, the relaxing and atmospheric nature of fall music, the general lovely nature of spring music, and the cold indifference and depression of winter music. It is tough to believe that such an album is possible, but after listening to some of Bankrobber's music I believe that they could easily make this album happen. The band easily combines the spring punk sound of Dr. Dog, the cold, electronic, and winter feel of Animal Collective, the immediate summer catchiness of Fun. and Taking Back Sunday, and the atmospheric fall sounds of Iron & Wine.
On the chorus of "J.D" shouts of "you can leave, but you can't let go" to an absolutely rocking guitar riff. And since Bankrobber easily combines the sounds of all four musical seasons, it is going to be tough for anyone to let go of their music for a very long time.