Spining it right now (well finishing it). Hell yes. This is a good throwback to the late 60s early 70s sounds. I can hear some late 60s early 70s Beach Boys's echoes (from Pet Sounds to Sunflower). Also, picking up some vibes to Odessey and Oracle from The Zombies in some songs and little parts, pretty logical, TBF.
I can see the derivative feel you pointed out, @Nasa, but I guess it makes sense. The thing about going into revival mode, is that you already know what happened back in those years, so you can go through the different sounds and evolutions and kind o make them yours, which I think is that Ty is doing here.
Funny thing about this kind of artists that go to revisit old sounds, is that when they bring them to the present and modern studios, you can 'hear' another refferences crossed with other bands. I mean, some parts remind me to bands like Suede or Pixies (The Singer, for example), but that's because, probably, Pixies had similar musical refferences, although their sound was not the 60s-70s sound, obviously. Kind of when you hear About a Gilr from Nirvana and, somehow, it sounds like a Beatles song. So, when you pay attention, you can understand how bands like them had that kind of influence, although by the caracteristics of the production they are kind of hidden. I don't know if I'm explaining myself, haha. I swear I'm sober!!!
And yeah, It's Over could have been an Oasis song.
Really good record!