It was described by the NZ Herald’s Lydia Jenkin as “Straight-up rollicking, riotous, classic guitar pop”.
Their second album Nobody/Everybody also wasn’t shy of commendation, receiving a nod at the NZ Music Awards and ringing in at number 8 on the NZ Herald’s ‘best of 2014’ annual album list. The release showed a progression into a groovier-landscape, sitting comfortably within the hazy stripped back vibe of the sixties. In most parts due to the colourful production and mixing style of Kody Nielson (The Mint Chicks, UMO, Silicon).
“Youthful adrenaline, bountiful hooks, surprising sonics – what we have here is a damn fine pop record”, Grant Smithies, Sunday Star Times
Head down in the studio since the release of their APRA Silver Scroll long-listed collaboration with Voom’s Buzz Moller, the band released their third record ’Dull Life' at the end of April.
Produced, engineered and mixed by audio wunderkind Tom Healy (Tiny Ruins, Popstrangers), the album details the process in keeping up with the pace of modern life. With influences and textures borrowed from the 60's and 70's, the album delivers some of the most colourful material the band have released to date.
“The amazing thing about this record is that it is just jammed full of really really good songs” - Dianne Swann - Album Review on RNZ
Their highly energised live shows have seen them sell-out shows across New Zealand and tour a number of times across the ditch. They band have also played alongside The 1975, The Naked and Famous, Jimmy Eat World and Manchester Orchestra and appeared at festivals Rhythm and Vines, Big Day Out, Homegrown and Splore.