While it’s not as warm as the phenomenal Glazin’, Happy Damage expunges the more low-key production of Jacuzzi Boys’ self-titled in favor of hard, fast, fun garage rock. It’s 15 minutes of in-your-face, no-holds-barred action. It sounds like touring with King Tuff has rubbed off on them to some extent, and that’s more than welcome. The energy on the title track “Happy Damage” is phenomenal, kicking things off perfectly. The only track that comes close to it in terms of anthemic speed is “Electric Days”, but the rest of the album is rad and straightforward melodic garage. It’s a shame this came out on the tail-end of summer; it’s a great summer jam record.