For as long as they can remember, fraternal twin brothers Christopher and Trevor Wiitala have been playing music in one form or another. Having called Chicago home for over 24 years and been raised on music full of passion and melody, they continue to do so the best way they know how.

Their self-released, debut album Bad Blood was recorded and mixed themselves in their rehearsal space, office storage room as well as the stairwells and long, concrete floored and ceilinged building those places are in. It is an album full of intertwining melodies and instrumentation that is dark and simplistic, melodic and sparse.

Much of the album was written during Christopher's battle with hepatitis C, so lyrically there is an underlying theme of despair and hopelessness in the songs, but dig deeper and you'll find something more.