Palmdale’s EP continues to receive rave reviews

Palmdale recently posted up a few reviews they’ve received on their latest EP Get Wasted on their official site. called the EP “an incredible mix of pop and rock … bound to be your spring/summer ’10 jam.” went a little more in-depth on their review:

If it sounds like a case of two music veterans having some fun, so do the results — the four originals on Palmdale’s recently released Get Wasted EP crackle with the sunny, youthful energy of classic power-pop. Hanley, frontwoman of 1990s Boston alterna-poppers Letters to Cleo who, among other projects, sang the lead in the movie “Josie and the Pussycats” and toured as a backup singer in Miley Cyrus’ band, continues to defy age. Her crisp vocals range from playful to edgy to winsome — you could put Palmdale on tour with a band 20 years Hanley’s junior (say, Paramore) and it’d be a good sonic fit.

You can check out the full reviews here and here.