"This young group consists of brothers Wyatt and Ryley Eddy on guitars along with friend Zach Lewis on drums and cajon. All of these guys are ages 18 – 20, although you wouldn’t know it by their vocals, lyrics, finger picking and sense of timing. For such young performers, the two brothers voices were very strong and played off of one another very well. Most of the songs generally start with a soft acoustic rhythm that builds to a sudden climax, sometimes without warning. Each original song was surprisingly engaging and never boring. As well, the band wisely chose to do more mash-ups than covers, which further engaged the audience. My favourite mash-up was Foster the People’s “Pumped Up Kicks” with Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer”, a surprisingly complimentary mix"