A thought provoking and moody, loose interpretation of indie pop featuring the vocal styling of Romie Romak.
Aside from their EP '3 Wishes for Romie,' the Romak band is also known for their haunting cover of the Billy Idol classic, "Eyes Without a Face" as well as their controversial contribution to the "Black and Yellow" (Wiz Khalifa) cover phenomenon.
The songs reference and draw inspiration from iconography, subliminal education, and Easter.
|1||Electric Whine - Original Mix||96 listeners|
|2||Bitches and Hoes||9 listeners|
|4||Move to a Separate Land||7 listeners|
|5||Black and Yellow (Cover)||5 listeners|
|6||Eyes Without a Face||4 listeners|
|7||Black and Yellow||3 listeners|
|8||Move to a Separate Land (Cory Martin Remak)||3 listeners|
|9||Come On||2 listeners|
|10||Face - Original Mix||2 listeners|