Quirks, the Toronto-based indie rock band, is known for blending the jangly, harmony-driven sounds of the sixties with the earnest power pop of the nineties, all while infusing the digital spirit of the noughties. Their latest single, Good Terms, is a self-recorded and self-produced gem that marks their return after a few years. The song stands out with its distinctive vocals, excellent melodic composition, beautiful guitar work, and above all, a sound reminiscent of the legendary Teenage Fanclub.

It’s a power-pop delight with infectious melodies and indie sensibilities, showcasing Quirks’ timeless musical craftsmanship.