Tittel is best known for his band New Sincerity Works, and as a drummer for the Loud Family, the late Scott Miller’s 90s band.
This album does resemble, in tone and form, the Loud Family’s third album Interbabe Concern, if a bit more mellow and folkish. It’s still the same straightforward, wonderful guitar rock, with lyrics about love and life. It's smart, literate, and fun.
The most Loud Family song on the album is “Kid Walking,” with its message of never giving up, and quirky musical touches. It’s great, as is the rest of the album, and well worth picking up.