Songs like "Eric" are thick retro 60's sounding chamber pop albums. Poppy guitar riffs swim on a steady rock organ backbone in this song, with energetic vocals that spurt the sentiment of "If we had Eric... everything would be okay".
Songs like "Hanging On" feature almost Simon and Garfunkl-esque harmonies, paired with a busier production.
The track entitled "Superhero" completely changes from their jammy style into a very refined and slow paced dreamy production featuring a female vocal. This adds a much desired dynamic to the record, and honestly I'd like to hear more of this sound from them.
Altogether "You Love It Here" is a full and easily enjoyable album, most of it sounds very much like music you might hear at a giant hippy festival.
"You Love It Here" by I Was a King is available at their Bandcamp page.