The Knitts Drop ‘Dimensions’ and Give People New Perspectives

The Knitts Dimensions Art - Courtesy
The Knitts Dimensions Art - Courtesy

By JOHN DALY

The Knitts offer a range of perspectives with their new track and accompanying video called “Dimensions.”

The California band gets the point across: We’ve likely all been going through different stages for the last few months, bringing us to new “Dimensions.”

The Knitts have been a staple in the California scene. Other bands could take a lesson from The Knitts on how to weather the storms of the music business. They’ve got good music and always put on a good show, as the performance is a strength for the likable locals.

The Knitts blend a retro West Coast pop with modern alternative-punk. They’re an organic Green Day, replete with pretty good songs. The Knitts are brothers Justin Volkens (Vocals), Charlie Volkens (Guitar) and childhood friends Victor Portillo (Guitar) Jimmy Jazz (Bass) and Sandra Alva (Drums). The band has a funĀ  personality and the players are good together. They’ve made some killer videos before, like “Sorry Sonny” and the equally charming “So Pleased.”

So Pleased by The Knitts
So Pleased by The Knitts

The Knitts have been popular on the festival scene with performances at BottleRock, Desert Daze, and Treefort Music Fest, along with successful live events at the Whisky a Go Go, The Avalon, The Roxy and all other major music venues along the West Coast. The Knitts are on Spotify.