This band redefines perceptions of Long Island's music scene with their British influenced contemporary indie rock sound. On their sophomore release,
they harness the creativity of 70's album rock, the lush tones of ambient pop, and the subtle passion of groups such as The Smiths from the late '80s.
Their music can easily be considered interpretive and progressive, yet it by no means alienates the fan base they've acquired through sharing bills with
such acts as Mae, Acceptance, June, The Spill Canvas, The Receiving End Of Sirens, Copeland, and Coheed & Cambria.