The band's influences are quite eclectic if their music is anything to go by. There are hints of 60s Psychedelia, Classic Rock of the 70s and 80s Rock and Electronica. I'm surprised this band aren't globally everywhere as their brand of weird and creative Rock is quite unusual.
The debut album arrived in 2008 entitled "Workout Holiday". It was raw, experimental but had this great pure, live sound. Hendrix's style is prominent on the opening track "Let's Talk About It" which is Psychedelic 70s and 80s Punk combined. The legendary guitarist also seems to have influenced "All You Really Have To Do" while there is a straight out Classic Rock vibe on "I Can Tell". This first album the influence covers the 3 main decades of Rock, the 60s Pop scene is there on "Sitting" while there is even a B-52's sound on "Shake Shake Shake".
Second album "Fits" was released in 2009 and has the Red Hot Chili Peppers-esque "Radio Milk How Can You Stand It" and "I Start To Run" while the Progressive/Psychedelic Rock is at the fore on the Led Zeppelin/Deep Purple hybrid "Say What You Want". There have been a number of weird instrumental fill-in numbers on the previous albums but "Sex Prayer" is a grea atmospheric, experimental Punk track. Two Acoustic style numbers "Regina Holding Hands" and "I'd Have It Just The Way We Were" (not the version on the following album) are really very nice tracks and my favourites.