French-Canadian sung street punk out of Montreal with female-led vocals backed by the female bass player make for great harmonies. Thank their underpants for the English translations because I would have been a lost camper. They seem to be on the anarcho vibe with song titles like “Stateless Youth,” “To My Revolution,” and “Unity, Struggle, and Victory.” The lyrics are well thought out and voice a strong opinion. I wish the lyrics were backed with a heavier and faster sound of crust. I think it would have brought the anger more to the point. Not that this is bad. This is better than ninety-five percent of the street punk out there.
–don (Fire and Flames)