The sons of Jimmy Webb (”Wichita Lineman,” ”MacArthur Park”) seem like such good boys. Their old-school singer-songwriter pop — steeped in strummed guitars, acoustic pianos, and winsome dual harmonies — is lush romanticism on an intimate, lo-fi scale. But listen close and you’ll hear tales of overdoses (”Powder Pale”), partying preeners (”The Liar’s Club”), and caustic breakups (”In a Fashion”). Although Maroon feels underdeveloped and precious at moments, the Webbs (Christian and Justin) are on their way to becoming the Evan and Jaron of the acerbic-introvert set.
We gave it a B