See the full article by Theo Douglas at OC Weekly (excerpt below)
“I guess we are kind of an alt.-country type of band,” admits I See Hawks in L.A. singer Robert Rex Waller Jr., cozying up to a label that by now means whatever you want. When he says it, though, you can almost hear Faithless Street-era Ryan Adams sing ” . . . so I started this here country band,” yodeling a bit.
Hawks is that kind of band: high, lonesome vocals (they’re also a bit guttural and twangy) and sparse, spare, slightly psychedelic guitars.