Truth Club’s origins aren’t shrouded in press-release mythology; it’s clear that they’re good friends making music for its own sake. The members are post-grads teetering on the line between millennial and zoomer, but their ethos is more aligned with the indie-rock bands of their birth decade.
The band’s energetic, overdriven sound evokes Sonic Youth, Pavement, or even Nirvana. But more important, they’re tight, dynamic, and relatable—everything you could want in a college-rock group.