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“They do punk rock their own way. With working class songs that relied very heavily on 90’s pop-punk, folk, and no-prefix-punk rock. Their clasped and unyielding songwriting was nothing short of completely heartfelt. They could at once take on the sounds of Social Distortion or “Suffer” era Bad Religion. They used just as much two-step drumming and fast power chords as they did the country backbone of storytelling that was prevalent in their set. They played very heavily and very loudly, something that everyone was rejoicing in. I had never heard of this band, and they delivered the type of sound that my inner fourteen year old could revel in. Toward the end of their set they pulled out two covers; The Misfits’ “Skulls” and The Talking Heads’ “Psycho Killer” which they executed in fine strength. They seem to be the type of band who has excellent foresight and are well equipped for longevity. I hope they swing back this way in the near future, so that anyone who missed”