In college, Lifehouse’s album No Name Face got more play on my sweet Aiwa stereo than just about any other album. The ambiguously Christian lyrics were fitting. I still enjoy that album more than those that followed. The new album probably won’t change that because of the phenomenon that attaches music to place and time, but it will come the closest. Who We Are’s songs are distinctively Lifehouse: a slow build-up, breathy lyrics, then a thumping drum with a catchy chorus. Lifehouse isn’t breaking any new ground, but I don’t mind.