The Stevens don't change their sound much on Good, their second album. The Melbourne quartet still come off like a holy blend of Guided by Voices melodic invention, Pavement slack, and Flying Nun scrap and that's fine. Their first album, A History of Hygiene, was like a hits collection with one sprightly, scruffy gem after another. Good is the same. Guitarist/vocalists Travis MacDonald and Alex MacFarlane wrote another batch of hooky, fun, and jumpy pop tunes that the band play with a light touch; bopping along with happy-go-lucky energy that makes it seem like being in the Stevens means having the time of your life.