This starts out like the male version of something like Wet Leg as it zigs and zags between punk, garage and 90’s alternative rock. At its core this is homage to The Ramones but ends up sounding a little more Dandy Warhols with the overall aesthetic. Not totally my thing but I’m sure the same people who were into The Hives because they craved new 60’s garage rock, will enjoy this throwback punk sound if they are craving new Ramones tunes. It’s clear this comes from a place of love for 60’s garage rock.
- Sam Lowry