Recent single, “Cap Guns”, did precisely what you need a single to do. Obviously, it is a fantastic song in its own right, upbeat, accessible, infectious, pop-leaning, rock-aware, all the things that make such a tune stick in your mind long after the final bars fade into night. But it also achieved those all-important, less tangible goals. It teased the audience and tested the waters for the album to follow; it added interest and intrigue, and anticipation. It made you want to buy the album as soon as it becomes available.. And that time is now almost upon us….

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