QTY - Dress/Undress

Keep on like this and QTY will have a shelf full of hits at their disposal.

It’s been mere months since QTY’s debut single ‘Rodeo’ earwormed its way into the world. On their third and latest cut, the Dirty Hit-signed New Yorkers continue to showcase their emotive, quite majestic rock ‘n’ roll with an innate cool. ‘Dress/Undress’ sees the duo’s vocal partnership really blossom, Dan Lardner and Alex Niemetz’s respective styles working in perfect tandem. A track that they say “speaks to the anxieties, routines and amusements of our day-to-day life”, it’s ultimately a delight, the irresistible guitar tones that recall numerous NYC icons from decades gone by remaining a hallmark of their sound. To label this as QTY’s strongest offering so far would be clichéd to say the least – everything they’ve done has been instantly impressive in its own way – but it does add further weight to any assertions that they might just be onto something special. The title is a metaphor for the two “bookends” of the daily routine; keep on like this and QTY will have a shelf full of hits at their disposal.

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