Mint Green makes music that feels like the first signs of spring—teeming with life, but still vulnerable and fresh.
It's hard to talk about Mint Green without mentioning Paramore's Hayley Williams. As with her peers Soccer Mommy and Julien Baker, Williams' lyrical and musical influence on the next generation of songwriters cannot be overstated. Summery indie rock vibes permeate the pop-punk framework in which Mint Green operates. By packaging themes of late adolescence in a genre targeted towards young teenagers, Mint Green are more effective than most at capturing the tensions and frustrations inherent in early adulthood. As sunshine and warm weather slowly arrive in Boston, there's no better time to listen to the local quartet.