Looking neither forward nor backward (or even around), they’re just playing what’s in their heads. Like Wipers, if Greg Sage had been afraid of the internet in Brooklyn instead of paranoid in Portland, and had picked up production tips from Andy Wallace.
Praise for Your Youth
“…this song is so darn catchy that we bet even his dissed lady friend is singing along.” –Nylon
“Cali beach music in the old sense, as in “big joyous power chords/surf jams”-unapologetic pop punk that screams for a drop-top Jeep and a sun-kissed boyfriend.” – the Fader
“The three-piece does peppy, hook-heavy, indie-pop that seems influenced by the pop-punk that was so popular when they were coming of age back in the 90s.” – the L Magazine
“Indeed, this is pop-slack summer vacation pop-punk, just to go the extra mile-and of course it sounds great loud.” – RCRD LBL