We're a new indie rock n roll band based in Colorado. This is our first album:
"We've got a lot to be sorry for, but we’ve forgotten the specifics.
We live by the mountains, but we’re adrift in the Pacific
They say you’ve gotta swim with the sharks to get back to the shore
But we’ve been swimming so long we don’t think of land anymore
We’re accustomed to these dark shapes writhing underneath
And we’re learning how to sharpen our own sets of teeth"
Here's what some very nice people have said about us so far:
"...a fairly flawless, definitely enjoyable batch of tracks... 'Dance' feels like the power anthem that will one day close the Amends shows during the encore. It's an energized, frenetic, bounding pop-punk piece with confident vocals and wandering, charming guitars. " -- Gas Lantern Media
"The Amends have me excited... The energy is streaming through the track and continues through the rest of the EP as the momentum shifts up and down with slick guitar solos, piano driven emotion, and vocals that match it all perfect." -- Fake Plastic Tunes
"Until the full length we can celebrate as silicon strangers the rip roaring, mile a minute, dance your face off sounds of the band's previous EP of demos. 'Dance' is my favorite tune." -- write.click.cook.listen
"The Amends have a fast-paced traditional rock-and-roll style with a little bit of an indie twist... Their melodic piano and guitar lines carry their songs while the percussion section drives the pace and the pounding bass line knits the three together. You can't help but dance to the aptly named 'Dance' (click to listen) Ignore the lyrics and The Amends are a jam band you won't be able to resist rocking out to. Stop and listen closer and you'll recognize the raw emotion written into each verse. 'Hey Regina' is a great example."
"They've got great hooks and an irresistible power pop sound." -- Snob's Music