What the Passionistas see with their own eyes inspire them to fight for their own ideas. Their full length debut, "God's Boat" produced by Kelly Stoltz, brought the band to the attention of the indie rock cognoscenti, winning rave reviews and comparisons to the Modern Lovers and Yoko Ono. With this 7" their ideas are represented by three pop gems which predict both the C-86 aesthetic of simple songs played with the least possible complexity yet full of the highest degree of enthusiasm and sober sincerity.
The first rate production by Chet JR White of Girls bounces off the turntable with the first crack of the snare. Recorded onto tape, this lo-fi adventure kicks off with "Righter's Block" an ode to all things unrealized. Procrastination never sounded so fun. Next up is "Ashlee Simpson" which is pure power pop juxtaposed with background vocals reminiscent of the Swell Maps' Jowe Head. The moody, downtempo "French" recalls the finer moments of Television Personalities with its tremulous and shy vocals and provides a warm and fuzzy ending to this side of the 45.