Piebald's sound has matured over the years. "All Ears, All Eyes, All the Time" is more than sufficient in the rockin' department, but the biggest standout is the album's surprisingly poignant lyrics. While Piebald thankfully avoids such angst-ridden emo clichés, it's hard to ignore All Ears' recurrent themes of regret and the all-too-rapid passage of time. "I suppose a bunch of these songs talk about getting older, and I don't remember any of that being in our songs until now. It's not a funny subject or a happy subject; it's just life and that's the way it goes. You can't really change it, so you might as well embrace it." says Travis. With the Piebald guys still only in their mid-twenties, it's this thoughtfulness and willingness to embrace change that has allowed the band to come up with their best music to date, four albums into their career.