Drawing on influences ranging from Joy Division to New Order, Billy Idol, and the Cure, Ratinoff's songs churn with driving bass and drums, and sinewy synth and guitar lines, over which Jay’s rich baritone spins tales of love, loss, and living in the modern world; think Ian Curtis meets Robert Smith, with a dash of Bono.
"Perfectly encapsulates the anxieties of these ominous coronavirus times." - BlackBook
"Early-Strokes inspired brand of alt/rock.” – Substream
"Hitting the sweet spot between rock’s rabble-rousing aggression and alt-pop accessibility" - Dancing About Architecture
“Infectious and angsty!” - Music Junkie Press