The people versus: "Their songs depict stories of love, loss & sea monsters sure to encapsulate you & keep you on your feet." (thankfolkforthat.com) Eloquent Youth: "Calmer lyrics and harmonies more in the English tradition of acoustic folk music." (Facebook user)
"Emma Hunter expands the form to transport us away to hot, dusty summer nights in some far off plaza, vines crawling the walls, and romances blossoming at the tables of the cafes" (Nightshift magazine) Caola is also established as one of Oxford’s finest upcoming female singer songwriters.
Their sound is a rollicking, roustabout mix of classic 80s energetic indie, sea shanties, rockabilly, surf-rock and spaghetti western soundtracks. “Rum-soaked fun” is a phrase often – and justifiably – bandied about.
UK Gutter-trash rock n' roll. Buzzsaw guitars and raw nicotine-soaked vocals, rock 'n' roll swagger, and whiskey on the rocks. The illegitimate sons of punk and sleaze, conceived on a bed of red wine, cigarettes, and back alley attitude.
Since the release of their critically acclaimed debut EP, “Dancing for Money” (2018), the Oxfordshire based band have toured their contagiously hook-filled, fist pumping sound around the country, including packed venues across Oxfordshire and London’s Camden Town.