Aliens Don’t Ring Doorbells sits outside of the country and Americana genres, but good music is good music. The pop-rock trio’s gang vocals on the chorus of the opener and title track are a welcome sound, it has an almost Beach Boys vibe to it and the chorus melody is catchy, while the production is polished. Despite the upbeat vibe, the song delivers a serious message encouraging people to open up about their mental health struggles and seek help – a topic close to lead singer, Adam King’s heart. The whole EP has an arena-ready sound to its choruses and the vocal delivery is strong. The songwriting is top notch, ‘Don’t Touch’ has a bit of a rock n roll vibe to it and again makes great use of backing vocals and the brass solo really adds to it. I really do believe that Aliens Don’t Ring Doorbells will have a long and successful career if they are able to get in front of the right audiences.