The self-titled LP All People is the second full-length release from the independent bandcamp rock group in as many years. Lasting just under a half-hour, the nine tracks hit hard, fast, and with purpose, pulling together emotional themes about mental anxiety and feeling out of place while staying positive and uplifting. The group works very well together, managing to convey their emotions effectively through the inspired combination of pop-punk and dreamy, synth-heavy alternative sounds. The first two tracks on the LP, "Slow" and "Plain Essential Language," are about being unable to sleep and being misunderstood by the world around them, respectively. The two tracks bring to mind Sonic Youth's Daydream Nation album in both theme and sound. "Naught," the third song, is quite the standout, beginning with a funky guitar beat and ending with one of the more memorable choruses, with lead singer Daniel Ray pleadingly asking "Was it all for Naught?"
After a few more indie rock jams, including the inspring track "Moonsteps," instrumental track "New Rain" gives the band more room to expirement, both melodically and instrumentally. The last two tracks, "New Rain" and "Of You" even incorporate a Trombone of all instruments, certainally a rarity on indie rock albums. Overall, the album is a very satisfying collection of pop-punk rock songs and jazzy, dreamlike jams that make All People equally accessible and unique. Given that this is only the group's 2nd full album, it would seem that they would have a bright future ahead of them if they can match the quality of All People.