NOFX release this six song EP right before their April new full album. Never Trust A Hippy is a mixture of songs: two songs from the upcoming album, two previously unreleased songs that will be available only on this EP, and two songs taken from the band's seven inch club (which I am a part of, by the way).
On these new tunes NOFX left Ryan Greene as a producer and kept on working with the Descendents guys (Jason Livermore, Bill Stevenson) and the style is The War On Errorims alike: very melodic guitar riffs, ultra catchy vocal harmonies and Fat Mike's greatest songwriting (the song The Marxist Brothers has got the best lyrics I heard in a NOFX songs in years).
Speaking of the music, it's still what you would expect from NOFX, if you do not count the all acoustic You're Wrong, and the pissed off Everything In Moderation, which is a very short and fast punk song about being in a band for life. I think this EP is a great anticipation for the next band's album, so, I am seriously anxious to hear it, because I think NOFX will release a grat disc.