Rob The Bank are grown folks playing punky rock’n’roll with four-on-the-floor glam drums, crooned female vocals, and no shortage of catchiness. The back story is that they were a popular Dayton band in the late ‘90s who put out an LP then went on hiatus for a decade while its members played in Guided By Voices and The Breeders. It sounds like they haven’t missed a stride. These fifteen songs are sweet and fiery like cayenne chocolate, and I’d happily go see them played in a shitty dive.
–CT Terry (radgirlfriendrecords.com)