The first two tracks of this EP are my favorites. The opening track "Lead Balloon" manages to sound chilled out and dreamy while very catchy and addicting. When a fat synth line comes in around 1:50 it turns me off a bit- but manages to quickly mesh well with the wet guitars that are constantly building and diminishing throughout the entirety of the song.
The second track takes the aesthetic of the first song and lays it out in an even more digestible format.
In the track "Billionaire" the lyrics of the verse stand out a bit more, with rhymes that seem to bounce back and forth on beat making for a more commanding listen. Sadly this is only really explored through the first verses.
The song "Holloween Head" seems to be the token straight Pop song of the EP- while it does have a more eclectic synth lead production, the shiny cookie cutter structure sounds a tad forced for the band.
"Needs" by Carroll is worth checking out, especially since it's available at a "Name Your Price" deal via their Bandcamp page.