For fans of: Spare indie-rock trios with strains of post-punk and garage-rock.
What they're saying: “While the band isn’t reinventing the wheel, they do have the coolest ride. The absence of excess brings forward a soundtrack to a broken AC summer, windows down, blowing sweat into your hairline. Dehd has something for the believers, the non-believers, and those in between. When fall rolls around, we’ll all curse the stars and cry as we try to hold onto the magic of summer, but with Water to remind us of the simple pleasures, I guess we don’t have to.” - Review by Reggie Bender for Post-Trash
What we say: This is a jangly and bassline centric heartbreak album for late night backyard chillin' with your friends while you pretend you're fine. -KR