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The Pinz / Press

“The Pinz produced an energetic, characteristic Warp Tour sound reminiscent of Wavves-meets-Green Day.”

"the 90's punk scene has finally returned with a stronger indie, alt, rock vibe"

“The head booker of the (CBGB) festival, Louise Parnassa-Staley mentioned...The Pinz...as several new bands that had impressed her.”

“One of the most exciting bands I had the pleasure of seeing (twice) at SXSW”

"catchy and fun to dance along to"

“The Pinz were an Alt-Punk trio with a well calibrated blend of punk elements, from Greenday-esque power chord riffs to Blink-182 inspired vocal harmonies.”

“Q: Who, in your opinion, was the best opening band for The 'Rots on tour? A: I really loved playing with The Pinz....We played together in NY at The Knitting Factory Brooklyn. ”

“One of Florida's hottest pop/punk bands...they are destined for greatness!”

Matthew Sydney - The Inner Circle

“Immediately we have a sound similar, if not equal, to the Sex Pistols, The Ramones, Blink 182 and sometimes you can hear in Walter Jerk’s vocals a little bit of Good Charlotte’s frontman Joel Madden.”

“Their style is a little like Green Day with some hints of All-American Rejects and Sum 41/The Offspring-style strumming.”

Void Magazine

“F****ing amazing. Bright and spot on. A force to be reckoned with. Wake up, America, for The Pinz.”

John Roecker - Independent Filmaker

"the amount of raw energy eminating from the stage was enough to energize the entire crowd"

"delightfully hooky"

Reyan Ali - Folio Weekly

"Ponte Vedra punk band The Pinz is poised for stardom."

Headline in Masthead - The Ponte Vedra Recorder

"The Pinz are taking over Jacksonville."

Alex Treadwell - The Blackshear Times

“To be a rock star is sometimes considered one of the ultimate dream jobs. For local band The Pinz, it may soon be a reality.”

“The Pinz had just won Battle of the Bands at their high school with the grand prize of studio time.”

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