Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk


Sounds like

two people playing instruments, finding release in the catharsis of emotional pop punk


band members

Nathan James Martin - Vox, Baratone Marnie Elizabeth Vaughn - Vox, Drums


Influences

the crushing weight of existence


Website

Bio

THE GUARDIAN: "In this three-minute slice of shouty nihilism, be transported straight back to the feedback frenzy of Sonic Youth's Dirty via Live Through This-era Hole."

MESS AND NOISE: "They can recall other earnest guy/girl duos, like An Horse and Mates of State, though with more raggedy folk and garage in there. And then there are tracks like 'G Morals' which veer pretty damn close to screamed hardcore"

Review

Review by Pip Rasmussen Pip Rasmussen

06 Jul 2016

Triple J
40

This is how I like masculinity to be burnt down - aggressively and relentlessly.

This is how I like masculinity to be burnt down - aggressively and relentlessly.

Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

21 Jun 2016

Triple J
50

What an anthem! Dismantling masculinity with such an aggressive sound seems incongruous but it actually works so well. Impossible not to scream along to that subversive sentiment.

What an anthem! Dismantling masculinity with such an aggressive sound seems incongruous but it actually works so well. Impossible not to scream along to that subversive sentiment.

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

13 Jun 2016

Triple J
40

Gahhhh, ya'll just kick butt! So good.

Gahhhh, ya'll just kick butt! So good.