Under the clattering and dirty garage surface one could hear that The Courettes have full control of the anatomy of a good popsong.
The band has a refreshing live energy and eccentric entertainment value that immediately position them as one of the most promising new Danish live bands.
The style was so stark naked, the couple almost got the two-man band The Black Keys sound like a polished, radio-friendly and calculated pop rock band. The Courettes played raw, minimalistic and energetic rock'n'roll that woke nostalgic memories of the 1960s garagerock protopunkbands like The Kinks, The Shadows of Knight and The Sonics, as well as 2000's undisputed garage rock ambassadors, The White Stripes.
All of the concert songs were delivered with a noticeable energy that obviously rubbed off on the dancing audience.