"Local quartet Fade Awaays looked and sounded very much like the indie alternative bands of the mid-90s, wearing buttoned up dress shirts and bashing out songs about life, love, and everything in between. They’re like a more surf-oriented Weezer, or a more aggressive version of Pavement. Songs like “Voodoo Girl” and “Get Along” echo hints of modern influences like Cage the Elephant and Arctic Monkeys as well."

- 102.1 The Edge

(Wolf Alice @ Danforth Music Hall)



"This is their debut single. With crunchy and catchy guitar riffs, groovy rhythms, and delectable harmonies that would even make The Yukon Blonde gents enviously admire from a distance, “Get Along” is one infectious tune. It’s that special tune that gets you wiggling in your seat, shaking your hips if you’re standing, and firing the occasional air guitar windmill."

 - The Matinee

"The shattering drums and bursting strings unleashes pure, euphonious chaos that feel therapeutic."


"After a big volume guitar intro kicked you in the face this mad for it band develops a stormy roll fueled with uproarious riffs, a pumping  rhythm force and a killer chorus that you’ll definitely  scream along at the top of your lungs after a couple of spins." 

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