Nervous Twitch is one of those names that gives the band's game away from the get go. They play a combination of garage, surf, and uptempo retro rock'n roll loaded on plenty of DIY punk energy, sitting somewhere in the punk/post-punk boundary with shades of early Wire and The Slits in the background. It is a decidedly unpolished and lo-fi sound that is often angular, and yes, feels a bit twitchy as advertised. Other than having some of their rougher edges smoothed out a little, they have been stylistically consistent as a band going back to their beginnings in the mid '10s. Bassist and vocalist Erin Hyde's voice is kind of raw, but also has the classic, '60s girl band quality that is hard to miss.