"A New Day" is the first track here, and the most interesting. The tune doesn't qualify as a hook-fest, but the central guitar riff hits the spot, the harmonies darken at appropriate times, and the arrangement offers occasional sonic surprises. Unfortunately, rockers such as "In Between" feel a bit too studio-bound, and although Stofer, who plays most of the instruments, has a serviceable voice, it's not quite up to the challenge of sensitivity showcases like "Last Closure."
Stofer's clearly a talented fellow. Still, he shouldn't rush to quit his day job.