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I will preface this by admitting that Eryn Mulloy, the front woman of this up-and-coming Denver punk band, is a friend of mine. HOWEVER, I have a lot of friends in bands and this is the very first time I’ve been so blown away that I’ve listened to one of their EPs on repeat for weeks as though my life depended on it. This music speaks to my angry girl soul; pure raging guitars and a powerful female howl. “Go” kicks off the album with a cyclone of guitars and drums and then the lyrics come in, describing a relationship dominated by the other person’s problems. If you’ve ever been in that situation, you’ll find it beyond liberating to hear Eryn shout, “I watch, you just waste it / Now you watch me, watch me GO!” The four songs on Come Early Without Lipstick are all about fighting your way through dark storms—those brought on by others and those churning within yourself. I listen to it for strength, power, and energy, and you should, too. Also, I have a feeling this band is about to blow up in a big way, so get into them now and you can say you discovered them first. —Stephanie Kuehnert author of I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone and Ballads of Suburbia

" I like (relatively) "old" music. Older rock & roll, anyway. Maybe I'm a little stuck in time. A good band for me takes that old music (or the spirit of that music when it was new) and makes it new again. That's what you guys do. I realize almost all your stuff is original, so it's new "old" music. New music in the spirit of the music I love. Don't get me wrong. I don't feel like you missed the last 40 years of music, and I hear that too in what you play, but you still have something about you that suggests 1968 to me" -John Koontz