As if that promo isn't enough to make you want to know more, how about the fact that The 1900's have demonstrated their memorable live gigs with the likes of Devin Davis, Apollo Sunshine, and Midlake. The Chicago Tribune raves that "their gorgeous multipart harmonies, indelible melodies and multipart psychedelic folk-rock songs suggest a cool, clear-headed update of the Zombies and Love" while the Sun Times says The 1900's have "crafted a surprisingly fragile and breathtakingly beautiful sound on its six-song debut Plume Delivery." That's all correct, but they both fail to mention how incredibly hot the band's ladies are! Jeeyayysus!
Anyway, since hotness matters only onstage and in photo shoots...the sound is what counts. I'm almost certain that they produce music that almost impossible not to like, even just a little bit. It's catchy, poppy, sexy, incredibly well orchestrated and complex, like Mates of State on a quadruple-shot on the one hand, while also having the emotional density and lasting quality of some of the more affectuous Beatles songs.