Anything that comes citing both XTC and Shriekback as points of reference, as this band does, is always going to make a very loud ping on my musical radar. The former is the product of my adopted hometown, the latter, by association, something like their sonic second cousins twice removed. But reference points only get you so far and whilst “Come Out of the Dark” does have some of the immediacies of XTC and the adventurous alt-pop outsiderness of Shriekback, it is nothing if not its own creation…


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