Thee Now Sound brings to mind simplistic rock and roll at its finest. Based out of Ohio, USA this trio lays an organic style of country fueled punk rock. "Lettuce, Turnip And Pea" is not overproduced to achieve their cagey solid sound; the band achieves this on their own with outrageously talented guitar work, subdued bass lines and simple, yet very effective, drum beats. With each and every track, Thee Now Sound solidifies their place in the growing trend of garage rock outfits, that we're all familiar with. However, Thee Now Sound brings something different to the table, not necessarily a new paradigm of music, but more along a mix of styles that isn't found in the garage-punk laced rock that is in circulation these days. While the album didn't contain any liner notes or even a lyric sheet, from what I have heard, lyrically Thee Now Sound is extremely personal on most songs. The band offers intimate looks into their softer side with tracks like "Lament," while crushing you down with the fury of "Shallow". All in all, Thee Now Sound is an intense band that offers a strikingly straight jab of stripped down rock and roll that will delight any fan of good music.