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Dropping right at the tail of Vancouver’s early summer, Space Queen is a blast of sunlight: 17 easy minutes of stoner-rock and fuzzed-out bliss that evoke the summertime we all managed to miss by staying inside - Pop Culture Death Drive

The anchor of the EP is the final track, “Drop the Walls,” which has even more weight than the rest, with a sound that could have skyrocketed straight out of the 70s. The band takes advantage of every minute of the seven-minute track, packing in half a dozen different sounds before sliding into an extended psychedelic guitar solo that brings the album to a bombastic close - Permanent Rain Press

Why Can't I Move from Canadian based Space Queen (and from their debut Self Titled EP) not only churns along on surfy punk tom tom drumming but thick fuzzy guitars and lush, lush vocal harmonies. Against all the dirty fuzz psychedelia, it is (for me) the pristine vocal aesthetic that engages you and sucks you in to the punk / pop heaviness. - American Pancake

A desert road atmosphere, a touch of psychedelia and a stoner chorus. With subtle and captivating voices in "Drop the Walls" the Space Queen invite you on a journey with the soul of The Doors and Hendrix on the side. A song to listen to in the sun in a wide-brimmed hat! - Rock Fueguino

Vancouver’s Space Queen has dropped their self-titled EP and they’ll re-wire your summer vibes to near perfection with a rich guitar that fills a room like smoke, harmonies that grab hold of your spine, and drum beats you could write poetry to. - Indie Is Not A Genre

Their newest single "Battle Cry" sees the band dive into a much harder sound. The band takes their genre-bending ethics and angelic vocal harmonies and layers them into a thick, grungy, Alice in Chains-like smasher. - Rekt Chords

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