This is punk in the classic sense – music from the balls, not the brain, that recalls the gleeful nihilism of the Dead Boys and Sex Pistols.
Brooklyn is buzzing about these Strokes-influenced indie upstarts.
These Brooklyn rockers dish out rattling punk that’s easy to love: quick-hit, warmly juvenile guitar licks and jangling drums that stomp up from underneath.
Even if there was no one here, it’d still be as exciting as hell, made even greater by the quartet’s howling rock’n’roll tunes like highlights ‘Paralyzed’ and ‘Not Again’.
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Hollywood, the first single from the EP, Gathering Rust, premiered on NME.com
Paralyzed, the first single from debut LP, Rituals, premiered on Entertainment Weekly