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“Over the course of Nameless Number One, the band delivers on the three-part harmonies crucial to ’50s doo-wop (“Hold on Darlin’”), channel Buddy Holly (“Stray Dog”), work a jazzy, bluesy swing (“Honeybee”), and cut open a big rhythmic groove worthy of G. Love (“Halos”).”

“With laser like focus, the group completed its debut album, Nameless Number One, in a matter of months...”

“The stage shakes and this time it’s not cars in a parking garage rocking the floors, it’s their band.”