Just posted about them in the new atdi music thread and, well, why not give them more visibility?
As with C+O, they came from a punk-hardcore background but started to need more. Still, their roots are up their sleeves, and the at the drive-in influence is really visible. Right now they are the biggest ""alternative"" rock band in Portugal and their influences of portuguese folk music are starting to show even more.
The most at the drive-in-ish
their take on drive like jehu
a more somber one, called "the day the music died" (wink?) listen if you like providence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALqJQQCjhYw spaghetti western, a fado-ish feeling and a post rock climax