I had no idea this existed until my nephew told me to check this band out, and wow. He categorized it as grunge/punk/psychedelic. I sort of agree.
While it does exhibit elements of punk, though, the music has never felt manic. That's one of the reasons I've never truly loved the punk genre. It can be fine for me in small doses, but the anxiety it creates is usually something I'm not looking to explore when I want to "forget the world and get away with music."
CSH feels different. WT writes and performs with a beautifully dynamic energy, that, so far to me, has not felt unnecessarily forceful. He captures his passion of (incredibly relatable) raw energy without ever feeling chaotic or disorganized. To me, it's the feeling of interpretive storytelling done perfectly (and I do not use that term lightly.) His lyrical writing, while simple, reminds me of Kurt Cobain's style. Even Will's instrumental arrangements feel lyrical.