The guitar is a humming buzz of waves and troughs of distinct clarity and distant cacophony, so to speak. Sometimes, it is the driving force behind the songs- other times, that force is the drums, which are always in the background, despite being a strong force of the band- not a lacking influence, just not a primary, direct one. “No More/More” is the song most indicative of a smooth, driving, energetic, minimalistic guitar sound, though the title track is another good candidate for this as well.
The bass is not quite as moving of an instrument, but it serves as a compliment to the other two. The catchiness of traditional garage bands is well-noted in “Marathon Tops” and “Connerie”, being hookier and more repetitious in rhythm. The lyrics written are easily memorable and not far removed from pop music in their generalization of being relatable and their double-layered mix of simplicity and complexity- not ones spent hours dwelling on, but rather singing.