Throughout the album The Great Heights Band brings in a wide range of influences from the likes of Weezer, The Cure, Gorillaz, Radiohead, ELO, and beyond. The dual vocals of Neal Karkhanis and Eric Taft work in tandem, offering listeners two distinct voices that equally have something to say. The album is sonically diverse and melodically experimental, though always grounded by solid rhythmic grooves provided by bassist Owen Brinser and drummer Paul Martinez. Lyrically, rad-pop. tackles common themes of love and heartbreak, as well as larger topics such as environmental activism and political uncertainty. rad-pop. is an album about growth, love, and finding happiness in a world struggling to find stability. It is fun and introspective, thoughtful, and tongue-in-cheek.