In case you missed it, Nail Polish have been getting some well deserved praise for their first single ‘Stay Gone’:

“The bright guitar-and-drum battering elicits dreams of the garage pop and psych unions that have come from the cult of Burger Records in recent years, and Brodine’s voice is insolent and spot-on as he laments a life that feels stuck.”

Impose Magazine


“The new single brings to mind similar groups like Wavves or even some of the punkier elements from a band like So So Glos.”

Austin Town Hall


“Nail Polish hit us with two and a half minuets of garage rock heaven, the state side two piece’s latest track Stay Gone is laid out on surf vibe guitars and a driving beat taken over by the most awesome, lazy vocals.”

Shop Lifter’s Union


If you didn’t go to The Know to see So Stressed, Sloths and A Volcano, even though The Portland Mercury recommended it, then you seriously missed out.
We only hope Shelby Kray caught it on film.