Brat punk is right! I love the vibes from this pop punk band.
I enjoyed this Cleveland indie band's self-title debut, but this second album is definitely a leap forward, with more complex songs, deeper influences, and better production courtesy of Steve Alibini. It balances bratty power punk with longer, darker songs that recall The Wipers and the glory days of Sub Pop. Aging indie fans will hear a lot of classic 90s influences.
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