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With their tight sound, a 100-percent honest sensibility, and a ‘f*** it’ punk vibe, we don’t think HERS will have any problem doing whatever they want. You can see the rad group in action in their new video for ‘Thrills,’ a dark, hazy adventure that we’ve had on repeat ever since it first landed on our screens.
Nylon
Frustrated, desperate lyrics, and fuzzy guitars are quilted with tight marching rhythms, military radio distortion, and band instruments. The result of ... work with AJ Mogis (Cursive, Bright Eyes) at ARC studios, Youth Revisited feels like a complete expression of a time, place, and viewpoint.
Bust
It’s strong stuff, full of atmospheric disturbances that break suddenly into storms of feeling.
Eugene Weekly
With its broad sonic range and emotional poignancy, Youth Revisited is a feast for those who prefer their singer/songwriters on the daring side.
Pop Matters
... think the varied instrumentation of Au, the precision of Port St. Willow, the melodrama of Mount Eerie.
Interview Magazine
With quiet beginnings and explosive crescendos of sound, HERS releases an honest album that listeners can find themselves in.
Hear Nebraska
... in donning a wig, ruby lipstick and heart-shaped sunglasses, Amstutz comments on feminine gender construction with its most cartoonish trappings.
Hear Nebraska
The Portland-via-Omaha band’s new music swings from minimalist songwriting to cauterizing fuzz-punk: album closer ‘Hold It Together’ draws on both, opening with vocals and clarinet in the spotlight before thundering electric guitars bring out the lyrical tension.
The Oregonian