Other songs with strong influence from powerful country songs include the two catchiest songs on the EP, "Boys in Trucks" and "Burning Rubber and Breaking Hearts". "Trucks" sounds a lot like early Taylor Swift demos, and sometimes when Rodi sings 'trucks', I swear it's Swift ten years ago. This song has some of the spunk Swift had in songs like "Picture to Burn", and is about boys, which Swift obviously loves to write about. This could have been written by Swift herself. "Burning Rubber" is similar in theme to "Songs Like This" by Carrie Underwood, in that Rodi just wants to break a boys heart because she feels so angry at her ex. This song is also very Miranda Lambert-esqe and blending Underwood and Lambert is always a good combination.
The only downside to this EP is the lack of production. Personally, I love acoustic music, but not seeing any other instruments besides an acoustic guitar leaves a gap, because listeners don't know if Rodi could do as well with a fully produced track. When Rodi puts out a track like that, I guess we'll find out.
Best songs: Boys in Trucks, Burning Rubber and Breaking Hearts, Nobody Town, String of Lights
Throwaway tracks: none
Overall rating: 4 crowns