The Krayolas, more than anything else, make fun music -- the essence of the garage aesthetic . . . but a few Krayolas songs do defy convention. The song ('Tony Tormenta') pulls no punches."
The Krayolas have pulled off a tough balancing act: being known as a “classic” or “iconic” band while continuing to release new material that is high quality both musically and in its content. I suspect the secret may be that, unlike many bands in that position, they don’t seem to worry too much about it. They love to play, the audience loves to listen. What else really matters? - See more at John Black, Awaiting the Flood