Since forming the band they’ve played regularly around NYC at venues including Union
Pool and Bowery Ballroom, and released an EP (Tomboy) in 2015.
“The EP is made up of the kind of intimate, percussion-driven songs that are
somehow perfect for both dancing and cuddling—or just quietly rocking out at your
desk with your headphones on.” (Nylon Magazine)
The two met working together at a jingle-house writing music for TV. Soon they were
churning out background music for reality tv by day, and getting together to make
music they actually wanted to make in the evenings.
As a songwriter, Aument’s vocals expose the difficult process of understanding who
she is, while Shore’s vibraphone playing and production amplify the emotion in each
"The duo’s spacious electro-pop references everything from Björk to Chairlift to
Dirty Projectors to Purity Ring. ‘Moths’…matches booming low-end and skittering
island percussion with Aument’s strikingly assured vocal performance." (Stereogum)
The band is currently putting the final touches on a full length.