Toronto rock band Greys experiment more with post-punk than grungy guitar rock on their new album, but still lean on the '90s fuzz. In contrast to their sophomore release, Age Hasn't Spoiled You offers tracks like “Kill Appeal” - angular and dark, with just a nod towards the industrial, and a driving chorus that almost sounds like Iceage. Yet “These Things Happen” has a distortion-heavy, catchy chorus more reminiscent of Blur, contrasted with lyrics about fatigue in the face of social and political issues. The band merges these disparate elements surprisingly effectively, delivering strong dynamics and melodies. “Arc Light” starts out droney and chilly with heavy vocal effects and then morphs into an uplifting chorus that somehow still works.