“Vancouver fret botherers JPNSGRLS have formulated a sound suggestive of The Strokes widening their horizons by incorporating math-rock into their sonic vocabulary, which on paper sounds ghastly, but in actuality is infectiously eccentric. Mushrooms is a brief but intense trip of frenetic guitar stitchery and from-the-gut melodicism.” – Q Magazine
“their punky-electro tinged pop is shot with a whirlwind of melodic energy that’s reminiscent the urgency of the early work of the Strokes the dance-punk grooves of The Rapture and visceral live energy of The Pixies” – God is in the TV
Day 3 of our Mounties Tour experience. JPNSGRLS return to Vancouver to play at the Legendary Commodore Ballroom, a venue that they have all dreamt of playing since the moment they formed the band.
Day 1 of our Mounties Tour experience. The band take the ferry to Vancouver Island to do an interview at CHLY radio and perform at the Queens in Nanaimo.
“Now the furocious track has a video that debuted at Impose Magazine (watch below). Directed by Jessee Davidge, the “animated video epic” features a world in decline where a perceived threat leads to redeption.” – New Noise Magazine
“Frantic rhythms and Sylvia Plath inspiration make for a pop-rock blast of goodness from Vancouver’s latest contender.” – Crave Online