21 October 2018


I've seen 'em a few times, and the formula is really straightforward - good punk songs with a vaguely bratty and compellingly disinterested front woman. The slower jams are reminiscent of early '90s college/indie ("Island" is the example presented here, perfect Simple Machines fodder), while the band's overall steez is a snappy, ass shaking brand of punk with sharp guitars. Like I said friends - it's pretty simple, and it totally works. 

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