This is the most important new band ever to me. Proof that amazing music will never stop being made as long as it's allowed to mutate into something new. Here, 90's Dischord posthardcore & punk meets loping Midwest indie rock and modern shoegaze with an IDM production sound. They resolve their chord changes like jazz, cop soaring melodies with cryptic lyrics from the best classic emo bands, and plays notes on the guitar I swear I've never heard before. The songwriting couldn't be better, the performances are unbelievably tight, the sheer creativity of this band should make them the most watched act of the last decade. My friends & I still can't believe this music is really out there, on wax, audible outside the minds of people whose generative compositional imaginings outstrip their chops to make those ideas reality. Starting with Bad Brothers & continuing with their cover of goddamn Taylor Swift's "Fifteen", this band has yet to hit a bum note that isn't absolutely enthralling.
I look forward to anything they do in the future, I will gobble it right up & show it off to everyone like wallet pics of my favorite child.