Elk City is another of those bands who have slightly wrong-footed me of late. (Yes, Black Nite Crash, I’m looking at you.) Bands who have released a great lead single, one that makes me think that I have the band’s sound pegged, and then when the album comes out, it makes me realize that they are a much more complex and fabulous beast than I ever gave them credit for. That’s the trouble with judging sonic books by their musical covers or, in this case, putting too much store in just one single…

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