12 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Public Access T.V. wave the New York rock flag hard on their 2016 debut, Never Enough, drawing a line in the sand with the swaggering "I Don't Wanna Live in California." There's more than a little of The Strokes' laconic cool in their mix, but the synth purrs of "Patti Peru" show they've also studied The Cars and Weezer. On "End of an Era," frontman John Eatherly rolls his eyes at the idea that rock could ever die, unleashing a massive, hip-swiveling groove with the zeal of a true believer.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Public Access T.V. wave the New York rock flag hard on their 2016 debut, Never Enough, drawing a line in the sand with the swaggering "I Don't Wanna Live in California." There's more than a little of The Strokes' laconic cool in their mix, but the synth purrs of "Patti Peru" show they've also studied The Cars and Weezer. On "End of an Era," frontman John Eatherly rolls his eyes at the idea that rock could ever die, unleashing a massive, hip-swiveling groove with the zeal of a true believer.

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