Rockabilly garage punk from Chapel Hill. Jagged guitars, skittering sunburnt rock n roll energy, top-notch lyrics, and a convincingly live sound that frequently reverbs out into something unexpectedly gorgeous. RIYL Black Lips, Diamond Rugs. FCC clean. Start with 3. —Andy
*1 - (1:59) fast, rowdy punk, scribbly guitar
2 - (3:33) midtempo, pining number, breaks into almost surfy energetic close
***3 - (2:40) fantastic fast-paced bar-rock anthem, shout-backed chorus "baby it's tough, falling out of love"
*4 - (4:32) upbeat simple rock, "I don't have nothing on my mind"
*5 - (3:29) soulful roots rock with pounded-in chorus "you gotta live for yourself"
6 - (3:26) laughing/count-off start; fast-paced, rambling Steppenwolf rock groove
7 - (2:40) boozy number with bells, synth stuff and chewed-up shouting to close
8 - (3:10) glittery rock instrumental after slow start with ambient speech
*9 - (3:45) backcountry folk over bed of noise, banjo
*10 - (5:14) dramatic 3/4 chaotic ballad, 'ooh-sha-la-la-la's abound