As the below review suggests, this sophomore effort adds a bit of grit and maturity to what was already an impressively well-rounded, sophisticated pop outfit; as on their first album, the second half here holds a couple of slower-tempo but equally catchy tracks to reward those who make the flip over to the B-side, namely "Sullivan" and "Sunship."
"No one will be calling Trouble twee. If Hospitality’s debut was a cardigan, Trouble is a leather jacket. The songs are grittier: the single “I Miss Your Bones” stomps, Papini’s herky-jerk chord progression propelled by the stout rhythm section of bassist Brian Betancourt and drummer Nathan Michel, who ends the song with a Keith Moon-ish outburst. 'Going Out' deploys a confident, sexy strut, a dusky downtown vibe that’s far from Hospitality’s prior Ivy League awkwardness. 'Nightingale' shows off its hardiness with a crunchy, Neil Young-ish intro before taking a left turn into a bluesy vamp and then another into a dark, spare waltz." - C-Ville