One of the most talked-about new guitar bands of recent years, this Florida-via-New York quartet borrow apparently unconnected motifs from musical history. On some songs, they mix the surf pop of the Beach Boys with the eerie romance of The Cure, while on others they sound like Lou Reed or Iggy Pop covering 1960s girl groups.
On stage, their contagious energy has won over fans. Singer Jonathan Pierce gesticulates wildly like Ian Curtis swatting a fly, while sidekick Jacob Graham wields a tambourine like Bez's hippy brother.
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