rather solid debut EP, the Ontario-based trio has apparently been signed to a branch of Warner Music, who will be releasing their next EP on June 11 (streaming here). And why shouldn't they? As I pointed out in my earlier review (linked above), the band is very highly marketable. What's more, though, they make some really solid pop-punk on the poppier side of the spectrum. While their first EP wasn't all that intricate, it was energy-laden, catchy, and fun — and time will tell if Becoming holds up to the high standards the band set for themselves.