"Her unashamed and unmerciful lyrics are motivating in nature as she pairs it with a charged vocal transmission that only those who are as sick and tired of unchanging situations and exhausting upheaval can find solace in. "
"With a lively opening destined to have anyone bopping their head and tapping their feet, Asian Man Records’ Ogikubo Station have released a stellar single that leaves much buzz for their first full-length due to drop on August 24th."
"Each of the song’s elements pierces through to provide a heartfelt ode to lonesomeness."
"Substance Abuse fashion a wavy, soul hitting and thought provoking piece with a sticky and fabulous chorus. It’ll make one bob their head endlessly while dwelling on the multitude of comparisons proliferating the piece."
"Expanding on the style of her previous single, "Gold Pack" is a wonderfully atmospheric example of spacey indie noise. Her iconic Fender has been layered in beautiful and harmonic layers, combining heavy chord strokes with light and bouncy lead riffs."
"Night Queen was a refreshing find at last week’s Sofar show. Comprised of a harp and a cello, they conjured up themes of nature that took their listeners to some ethereal place far from civilization, one that champions solitude and spiritual healing. "
"From start to finish it fills the air with an assortment of sounds. It’s a rollercoaster that locks the straps down and wants to take its riders on two, three or even four more rides. "
"The power pop is strong on this track. Production is the only thing that betrays the rest of the song from sounding ripped straight from the 90s (that is to say, the production is squeaky-clean)."
"It’s almost shocking to believe this LA-rooted trio has such little official material with the maturity and slickness this single gives their name."
" For those familiar with the previous work “see you in hell, schwartz”, Vianale’s light and captivating voice will be a welcome sound, it’s as pleasant as ever. Ditching the acoustic guitar of her previous songs, however, Viannale takes a big step to becoming Florida’s monarch of bedroom-styled pop, opting instead for a full band sound."