Acceptor is four young men (Justin, Mike, Drew and Adam) on a perilous quest to make a single noise so loud and crunchy that it will kill the evil wizard who cursed them to walk around looking like this. They walk the thinnest line between pop and punk the whole time.
The Just Luckies are a band comprised of musical influences from Alabama, Chicago, Indiana, and Ohio. Having new members since their last release the band has evolved from their folk-rock sound to a more genre bending style that they've been calling twang-punk. Twang-punk embodies their influences like, rock'n'roll, blues, country, americana, but most importantly it represents the spirit of the music. From their super heroine-esque name, to their sharp critique-like lyrics, all the girls intend shake and liberate their listeners. As the lead guitarist once said "being a band of mostly queer women, we are spoiled." The Just Luckies create a safe respectful space for all, but stretch out a hand to those who've ever felt they don't belong.
Whether screamed in construction sites or whispered in the back of libraries, Murton Dur goes down best like penny whiskey, fast and bitter on the tongue, warm and fuzzy in the stomach.