If Brian Wilson had dropped acid on the beach in Brazil and decided to record an album with Os Mutantes and The Flaming Lips, it would sound like this.
“There’s an angular and brittle energy in their songs that gets tempered by Bri’s very human voice. And the subjects they are exploring in their songs are life experiences that can harden you–but they don’t have to. Art itself softens. A harsh wail can be an act of violence, or it can be music, if it’s put in a song. And we all need more songs these days.”
– Angela Pancella, writer, “Music and Religion”