Potty Mouth's sound is very 90's grunge, mixed with some 70's punk influences.
The opening track (entitled: “Hazardville”) is an anthem to the singers home town, with the sentiment that she knows the town isn't “perfect”, but it's still her town. This is a very dirty and tough sounding song, but has a real endearing quality to it as well, simply due to the relatable subject matter of having a type of love-hate relationship with your hometown, and how even a town can become like family.
Songs like “Superfriends” are pure energy, with a high pitched vocal hook that screeches upwards one upping the rest of the production, and standing out as catchy and raw at the same time. Their sound kind of reminds me of a more down and dirty version of “The Mouthbreathers”.
“Sun Damage” by Potty Mouth is available at their Bandcamp page.