Describing themselves as ’Tarantino surf-pop’ Lizzie and the Yes Men combine Lizzie’s Twiggy-esque style with a contemporary cinematic sound that fuses surf-pop with punk and draws inspiration from bands such as The Ramones, The Ronettes and The Beach Boys.
"What one gets is a strangely morish mix of surf rock complete with catchy swing and harmonies a la The Beach Boys in a headlong collision with the angular pomp of ESG and Gang Of Four"
"The more... debut single from Lizzie and the Yes Men is a fabulously upbeat summer tune that channels Debbie Harry, The Ramones and even the whistling genius of Roger Whittaker. It manages to stay on the right side of ’jaunty’ with its Spectoresque melodies."
"Their riffs and twangs have a darker and edgy feel to them. We can imagine if Tarantino ever heard Lizzie and the Yes Men, he’d get them on his next film soundtrack sharpish."
BREAKING MORE WAVES
You might notice things look a bit crisper around here. Nice, right? Our new look is part of how we're making it easier than ever for you to find what you want. And it's not even the biggest part. We also created an intuitive Discovery Tool that lets you explore, sort, filter, and compare songs, then save your searches and come back to them anytime. It's pretty great.
More new features include:
Enhanced Search - Find what you want quickly
Universal Player - Cue up music with a visual waveform
Tabs - Jump between searches & playlists
Just a Taste...
Thanks for checking out the Discovery Tool.
We hope you'll agree that it's a powerful way to
discover amazing, licensable music. Keep in mind,
the demo version is just a taste; to experience the
full glory of our Discovery Tool, register and get access to:
Our entire catalog of music
Full song details, publishing information, and tags