We spoke to lead singer Cecilia Enriquez recently to learn more about the band.
Your music is really damn catchy. How exactly do you go you go about pulling that off? Is it part science or all gut?
I think it's just a result of all of us having grown up listening to really great rock and pop music. I can't help but be influence by 60s pop music, and I think you can hear that in the songwriting.
When I write, it just sort of happens! The vocal harmonies have a lot to do with it sounding catchy; when I'm listening to others' music, that's what I hear. Every time I write a song, I can't not hear harmonies!
How long's the band been around? How did you guys start up?
It started out as a Cecilia Enriquez solo project that was named C-horse. I had a bunch of songs that I uploaded on MySpace; and then I looked for members. I went through a couple line-up changes until the band really solidified to what it is now. Lindsay and Courtney played together for a few years in The Karabal Nightlife. Lindsay joined in late 2009; she and Mack (keyboard/vocals) both shared the same first practice. We were then looking for a drummer and Courtney was available. Things just progressed from there.