The four-piece have actually been around for awhile, having formed back in 2009, but only released their debut EP, Holland Air, back in May (you can check it out on their Bandcamp). Producer Liam Judson (Cloud Control, Belles Will Ring), a favorite of mine, produced the EP. The results are excellent.
The latest single off the EP is "Cut Fast," an upbeat and boisterous rock track which bubbles along furiously, touching on the band's punk influences. The track switches pace sharply a number of times, giving it an interesting, jerky nature. Vocalist Jamie Timony's cutting vocals highlight the organised chaos of the 2:20 single. It's quite different from the band's earlier single, "The Phillip, The Hawk," which was more subtle.
The band's excellent and diverse first offering should see plenty of play, and many more little voices around the world are bound to start breaking through.