“Anything (Tour Song Part 2)” opens the seven-inch with a psyche out: cut time drums and a smattering of guitar bleed in for a bit before the band shifts into punk beats and gang vox. True to the title, it’s a tour song, and a fun one at that. The rest of the EP skips extended intros. “Calendars” takes maybe two measures to get to the point: missin’ somebody terrible. The title track proves that even when the band busts out breakdowns, they still keep things fast, and it even busts out a quick bass solo that would make any band Dr. Dan Yemin has ever been in proud. “Stand By Me” closes the wax out.
At 10 minutes, I-91 is a brief outing from a promising band, but a good listen all the same.