The Bright White is tight, tight, tight. The lyrics are tight. The musicianship is tight. And there's a restrained quality to the songs like maybe the band hasn't quite let itself go. When they do, watch out.
The lead track on their debut EP is Red Summer Rose and is likely to get the band instant attention and radio play. The five songs on the EP are all pretty good, but I have to say that the standouts for me are "Upon the Wall" and "We Are More Than Animals".
Since the band has yet to celebrate an anniversary of any note (six months doesn't count in my book) it's pretty amazing what they've accomplished thus far. Imagine what we'll be enjoying from them in a year or two.