A continuum of eighties big Goth sounds are the aural signature dish of this band.

You know exactly what you’re going to get and they deliver your order on cue with each and every track.

‘Feels Like Forever’ is a more measured track that demonstrates a capability to write songs with considerably more space and a rangier sonic breadth. It has a smart otherwordly sense to it that evokes a confident Comsat Angels like delivery. This is the direction I would like to see 1919 spearhead.

To be frank, I would have preferred to see this body of work edited down to a cracking 4 track EP. However, despite this (my view), followers of 1919 will probably enjoy the record in its entirety.

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