It capitalizes most on the same thing all of Teen Daze’s music has capitalized on: the easy, unassuming, just plain likable nature of the music.
While Teen Daze’s formula has worked in EP form in the past, it wears thin by the end of the full-length album.
Towards the end of All of Us, Together, you get the impression that Jamison's still learning on the job and might want to consider a name change.
All of Us, Together is a slight affair, with Teen Daze desperately clinging to genre hallmarks when he has the potential to be so much more.
There’s not a heck of a lot that is fresh and invigorating, and nothing new in the way of ideas that haven’t been recycled and have appeared elsewhere, and done better.