Big Cream plays a combination of grunge and garage rock that mostly follows the stylistic blueprint of '90s alt rock. Their earlier work, including their first album, 2018's Rust, suggests major Nirvana influences on the band, especially in some of bassist Matteo Veggetti's vocal delivery. They have grown into a five piece band since then, including a saxophone in the line up, though without any significant modification in their style. They still play high powered indie rock built on a driving bass and solid drums. The guitars do more than just lead and provide the hooks, they also create texture. Their instrumentation is particularly sharp, with the sax bringing in an additional dimension to their music.