They followed with their debut record, “Remember Roses,” in the summer of 2017 - an effervescent collection of songs that boast a stunning juxtaposition of wistfulness and melancholy, set against an eccentrically offbeat pop backdrop.
The record was received with critical acclaim, and the singles climbed to the top of Spotify’s most viral charts, hitting over 40 million streams that are growing by the day.
The band gained attention from NPR, Paste Magazine, NYLON, Observer, Interview Magazine and more. Their popularity crossed over to Hollywood and they co-wrote a song for the film “Criminal” and were featured in the hit TV series "Better Call Saul".
The band's sophomore album "Someday Tomorrow Maybe", due to be released early 2020, was inspired in part by the evolution of their own relationship as collaborators and, for a time, romantic partners. Lola Marsh, Landau says, is “romantic, nostalgic and a bit cinematic.” The New York Times agrees, having praised the band for “sweeping, cinematic music dripping in retro charm".