With a stripped-down, tuneful, sing-along, slower trad-punk kind of musical resistance that is both smart and snarly, bratty and brave, GTG aligns themselves against the powers-that-be that converge in the terror unit KKK and police mentalities. Yet, GTG don’t scream in burnt-esophagus disgust but with a grooved kind of keep-it-simple dance party for revolting crews. They churn through the subjects by understanding the knots uniting forces that try to silence and intimidate trans and other queer people – firing on Pride parades, protecting violent right-wing mobs instead of the vulnerable and innocent, etc. Those are often the same repressive voices trying to corral, contain, and condemn black and Mexican people all day and night. “Why hide your White Pride / if you’re so right,” they ask, knowing that in many communities an overlap occurs between redneck mentalities and the badges of law and order. So, step one, create a tune that helps us shout along during long, struggling nights of liberation in the gangland modern era. Second, try, in your own way, to break the silence, be persistent and resilient, and start to tear “the system apart at the seams.” This might not be a hardcore musical assault, but it delivers the same kind of potency through catchy riffage, slow-tempo rhythm, chant-lyrics, and barebone drum clatter.