Brooklyn blog Lucid Culture published a nice review of last week’s show in Williamsburg, citing us for “blasting through one fiery, smartly lyrically-driven anthem after another….concluding with ‘The Interstate’, a towering, distantly Springsteenish highway alienation anthem“. Read the full review here .
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A four-star review of our album just rolled off the presses at Anti Music. And the accompanying interview includes a compromising revelation worthy of Page Six.
A review from across the pond was just published in The Mag. Specific to the Wormburner song Autographed Copies, a UK reviewer called out “the wonderfully warm guitars and crisp drum sound which perfectly capture the emotion of the song, further advanced by the clear American accent of the vocal.”
Another glowing review of our LP includes this fresh perespective from Spill Magazine: “Buried below the five-piece’s indie rock are literary songs featuring clever wordplay….laced with New Wave and Powerpop, the album aims to please fans of Neutral Milk Hotel, The Weakerthans and Grandaddy.”
Today we were alerted to a pleasant online review of our album. Here’s an excerpt from the full article at GloriousNoise.com: “They’re loud, they’re catchy, and they aren’t trying to be anything other than what they are — a fun power-pop band…sounds like Isolation Drills-era Guided By Voices.”
And still some more favorable press on our album. Dig these goods words, courtesy of our new friends at UsedWigs.com: “The injection of Moog synth adds just the right touch of energy and retro goodness to the yearning vocals and big buzz saw melodies to set it apart from your standard guitar-driven, pop-enfused rock. This… Read more »