The first full-length from the punk trio of Rachel Ratner, Matt Nyce, and Dave Ramm (and the first release from Sarah Moody's End of Time Records) is a propulsive collection of short, riotously fun songs. Highlights include the squiggly guitar noodling on "Slept In Late,", the sturdy, clangorous riffs on "Wet Cardboard," the chanty chorus of "Hello Frustration," and the cleverly impassive lyrics on nearly every track.
Ratner sings in an impetuous rallying cry that's perfectly suited to the snotty songs she writes: "When your life seems stuck on repeat/Eat sleep eat sleep eat sleep," she sings on the title track as Nyce yelps along in the background. "You're not an alien/Don't like yourself at all/Why not try something new/Like answer when I call," she bristles on "UFO." It's blasé with a barb. Repeat clocks in at just under 24 minutes--a brevity that only encourages, as its title suggests, repeat listens.