“Not a Choir, Nor Girls, Charlottesville scenester and WTJU dj, Dom describes Girl Choir as, “three of Charlottesville’s most estimable rawk veterans get together to jam mod-punk anthems with more energy than dudes half their age…with more hooks than a cane factory.”
C-VILLE Weekly’s critic David McNair named them as “Cville’s pop-punk kings.”
Girl Choir sprays out staccato bursts of well-crafted pop-songs with a sense of devil-may-care recklessness. Audiences never know whether a performance may melt down or soar, but they can count on the band’s energy and verve. Every show is its own moment, and one may even find the most jaded club denizens gamboling to Girl Choir’s cadence.