Releasing a debut EP, Vignettes they quickly found a fanbase that helped them sell out increasingly larger clubs in their hometown.
A series of singles and 2018’s The Wrong Kind of Dance Party tapped into that post-college-
now-wtf vein of hope and insecurity. The record stood out for the way it took typical young adulthood issues and held them up against every young person’s
nagging fear: That the revolving cycle of parties, relationships and experiences grow ever
shorter before one day bursting into the dread of a normal life, settling down, stability and
Following that EP, they explored the connection and separation created between us all by social media and technology with their back-to-back singles Virtual and Devil.
Following the release of 2019’s $7 Paycheck EP, word of mouth played an equal part. Ask half of their crowd and “someone told me I had to come see them…” is a common quote. Whatever it is, the band has
hit a nerve: That never-ending nagging concern that this time in life is fleeting, that responsibility is knocking hard on the door and you only get one “today” - and need to make the most of it.
“One of the most enchanting bands I’ve ever stumbled across” – Flaunt Magazine
“Triumphant music that’s simultaneously fresh and nostalgic” – Culture Collide