They make catchy folk-pop with lyrics made for singing along. But what really sets them apart is instrumental artistry that adds deeper jazz and funk layers to their sound.
With Ryan’s finger-picking style that has been compared to Leo Kottke and Ani DiFranco, soul-folk songwriting skills in the tradition of Martin Sexton, and a singing voice constantly compared to Stevie Wonder, there is clearly an abundance of talent here.
And this may be a Northeastern band, but there’s a zydeco layer in their music too. Ryan has been writing up a storm, and you can be among the first to hear the band’s new material.