Your music is more often than not described as Power-Pop, what does that term mean to you, is it right for the band and are you conscious of genres and their boundaries?

Jim Styring: Yes, I’ve seen that term mentioned a few times, and that’s fine, we’re more than happy to be called Power-Pop, but I think there’s more to our sound than that. As long as people are listening and enjoying what we do, they can label us however they wish. It’s just something we’re not conscious of when writing…

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