Brit-pop by way of Los Angeles, Gwen Mars gives bands like Blur and Oasis a run for their money, though Gwen Mars does it with more guitars, more volume, and more punch. Not to mention more pop hooks. Driving A Million is a power-pop album in every sense of the word, ran through Brit-pop influences and an indie rock structure to boot.
"Neon Tom," the album's lead track, is a hook-laden, charged rocker that starts this album off right. "She Hung the Moon" is brings in some slight psychedelic influences, reminding you of The Dandy Warhols, another West Coast-based Brit-pop act.