“The youthful angst of unreciprocated love, skewed timing, and searching for opiates to ease the anxiety is all captured in Brooklyn-based punk band Citris’ new song, “Driving Me Crazy.””
“For when love leaves you feeling really bummed.”
“Romance isn’t dead, it’s just damn hard. We navigate gestures both small and grand like tributaries suddenly rushing into whitewater, and hope to hell that we come out the other side.”
"The twelve stripped-back scorchers on the record are reminiscent of classic 90s groups like That Dog and Hole, spotlighting Torreano’s vivacious vocals amidst power-pop riffs and heavy, driving rhythms.." "...The cheerleaders moving in slow motion impart a dangerous...
Thank you Diandra Reviews for writing about the record release party the other night!
Dave Cromwell Writes mentions “Panic in Hampton Bays” and our most recent record release show!
“Panic in Hampton Bays is a melody delivery machine, with each song tailored to inject your cerebral cortex with sweet alt-rock pleasure.” 8.2/10
OMG IT’S FINALLY OUT—Our album, “Panic in Hampton Bays” via New Professor!
New York Punks Citris On Re-Releasing Their Crushing Debut Album ‘Panic In Hampton Bays’
“Together, the pair set Torreano’s searching lyrics to an onslaught of distorted guitars and drums that recall ’90s rock greats like Hole, Garbage and Veruca Salt, as well as contemporaries like Dilly Dally, Bully and Courtney Barnett.”
Today, Black Book Magazine premiered our video for our second single, “Coco Chanel”
“New York’s Citris is as sweetly biting as their name suggests. The single, “Little Scars” from their upcoming full length album, Panic In Hampton Bays, deliver slacker-rock verses with big, driving choruses and gritty 90s alternative vibes with just enough brigtness. By the time the singing Weezer-y guitar solo hits, you’ll be shout-singing along and forgetting whatever it was you were overthinking.”
“Like Hole’s work, the lyrics of Citris’ songs address f***ed up power dynamics between men and women… The above video for “Little Scars,” which rock site Clrvynt dropped the video earlier this week, will give you a good sense of New York bands’ shimmering defiant aesthetic. It’s mesmerizing-“
“The sound recalls 90s-era rockers like Hole, Garbage and Veruca Salt, as well as contemporaries like Dilly Dally, Bully and Courtney Barnett”
“It’s a hidden gem of a rock record, awash in distorted guitars and undulating harmonies…”
So happy to announce our residency at Arlene’s Grocery!