“The band’s name is a line from William Butler Yeats’ apocalyptic vision The Second Coming, where post-WWI Europe is likened to Earth after Judgement Day. As their nom de guerre, it is an apt title, as TCOSS’s lyrics have always played with political satire and end of days symbolism.”

"TCOSS feels like the Second Coming of nineties indie rock. You can imagine these guys spending late nights listening to Surfer Rosa, Slanted and Enchanted, and The Lonesome Crowded West."

“That bittersweet blend of melancholy and nostalgia is so perfectly captured”

- IMVERYAPE 


"She Dreamed A Drought is a reminder that rock isn't quite dead yet, that you don’t need an EDM bass drop or a Drake verse to build a catchy song in 2014" - HereIsNoWhy

 

"Their set was loud, noisy, distorted, combining elements of Modest Mouse with the Pixies. Alexi Davis, dressed in a powder blue 70's style suit, was the consummate front-man, promising songs about going crazy and losing your mind." - L.A. Beat

 

"Interesting and noisy group, somewhere between Modest Mouse and Guided By Voices, with hints of Sebadoh" - CKXU 88.3FM  

 

"TCOSS has often been compared to 'Slanted and Enchanted'-era Pavement, and the comparison is definitely apt"  - Avenue Calgary

 

"Their textured, detailed and well-constructed indie rock has gained traction, largely on the strength of their songwriting abilities and attention to production values" - BeatRoute 

 

"TCOSS has an incredibly eclectic sound, which explores an array of textures and styles - from the angular indie rock of Pavement to the R&B of Earth Wind and Fire to the country rock of the Sadies - while still maintaining its own identity." - The Calgary Herald 

 

"Melodically Rich" - FFWD 

 

"An impressive sounding band" - CKUA 93.7FM  

 

"sounds like shitty Ween" - Stetson bathroom wall