Priests-endorsed review of our EP
Priests - Bodies and Control and Money and Power (Don Giovanni)
“If every punk band from here on out is at least somewhat influenced by Bodies and Control and Money and Power the world will be a much better place. Here is ferocity within catchiness and intelligence, a sound that’s fresh even when it plays to old punk-rock tricks. If you’re at all interested check back with me at the end of the year to see if this is my favorite record of 2014. It’s rare that I give this honor to such a short release but as of right now there’s really no contest.”
Read Full Review at: http://fabricohmusic.com/reviews/priests_bodies_and_control_and_money_and_power/
One thing I love about totalvibration's Priests profile in the Washington City Paper: Lots of contextual clues about where we come from geographically and musically. I love Lars' music writing because he's aware of a lot of history and understands how bands like Nuclear Crayons and Turboslut and many others are so significant to the sonic landscape around here.
Hello Internet traveler, if you are stumbling across this web page and unfamiliar with our band, Priests, please read this brief profile by the very lovely Chris Richards in today(5/13)’s Washington Post. Photo by Sarah Voisin.
We’re premiering a new track off our record today. Please stay tuned.
We were in the paper today. My mom called me at 7 in the morning to tell me this.