The addition of the two new members shifted the band’s sound away from the rock-tinged pop of their early releases, instead drenching it in a heavier psychedelic wash, gaining the band comparisons to Wolf Alice, Warpaint or early Hole.
The debut album 'Sweet Mortality' encapsulates perfectly the band’s self description as “grunge psychedelic-rock”, whilst expanding the band’s sound into other territories. Every time it looks like a song is about to go over the brink into full wig-out, the band’s restless and sharp songwriting sensibilities cut through. It’s a record as seeped in pop as it is in psychedelia, and ends up at a beautiful mid-point.
According to singer and guitarist Jungi the meaning behind title of the album can be explained as follows:
“Sweet Mortality is about realising how fragile life is and appreciating a beautiful moment.”