The result was Perennial E.P
, a five-track indie pop/dream pop album that speaks about transition of the teen ages. Although it has only bedroom quality, the single "Youth" and "Perennial" attracted relations to many of the adolescents which set the band on vogue until the EP sold out not long after. It's often they were compared to Captured Tracks bands like Beach Fossils and DIIV, for the indulgence of reverb-drenched sounds and surf-influenced guitar.
With a redefined sound and songwriting style, the band's debut full-length Geography
drives into a new musical territory and speaks about the stage of live, confusion, love-longing through a personal landscape. Dessert-gaze “Ride” shines with an eclectic bassline, Egyptian guitar melody and thick layers of shoegaze-y rhythm. As for the laidback, “Moon” illuminates the intertwining guitar style, dreamy vocals while smoothered with the Chinese-scaled 80’s synth. “The record juxtaposes the cold and warmth of being one confused young adult”, Ratta Bill explains.