Earworms are aplenty on their debut album, with the infectious harmonies from Etta Curry and Nellie Jackson (see Keep Up and In The Morning) steering the band’s high octane rock, while tight basslines from Luc Dawson serve as a steady anchor. Curry’s breathless vocals on You Say are a contrast to Dawson’s breezy voice on Asteroid – one of the album’s more subdued moments. The band remind listeners that music can be unashamedly fun and energetic, and ultimately it’s their audible joy that makes this album such a treat.
Keep Up is out August 3 via Milk!/Remote Control.
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