Go Away is a relentless, furious party from start to finish. The gunning, fuzzy garage rock comes full force with the attitude-fueled "Go Away', a song with simple enough directions that you should be screaming at everyone bringing you down. From the 90s candy-coated rock of "Violent Days" that most definitely belongs on the soundtrack to 10 Things I Hate About You to the swinging ferocity and bite of "Really Stupid", the 4-track release is unhinged and unkempt in all the best ways. Go Away reverberates in its own youthful innocence, the band's apparent quest to play as hard and fast as possible, packing as much fun as they can into these few minutes felt in every note. It's the album you'd play as loud as possible as you tear down every poster on your wall, spinning in circles until you collapse on your bed, hoping to find yourself in the words of someone else.
The Grey Estates