Post-punk folk rock revivalists from Charlottesville, Virginia - "The Can-Do Attitude specializes in cosmic cowpunk with a ramshackle sensibility that recalls the Minutemen particularly D.
Boon's seemingly stream of consciousness lyricism. The self-titled debut also moonlights as N. Lee May’s cultural manifesto delivered like a deranged preacher at the pulpit...Despite scathing social commentary, the album never gets too down on itself thanks to its rollicking energy and a warped sense of humor that borders on non sequitur...The band’s comical nature, performative eccentricities, and occasional science fiction references make this a dystopian space cowboy opera that is worthy of The Billy Nayer Show." - Craig Graziano, Whurk Magazine<br>"'If There Is a God, I Hope She Kept the Receipt' is an album that feels somewhat crucial in today's social and political climate. There was a time when misfits, punks and everyone who wanted to be included could be included. It was about expression but perhaps more importantly it was about people having fun. I think everyone could use a little bit these days. Don’t miss this one." - Matt Jensen, Divide & Conquer