This is sharp guitar based power pop with an indie flavour and a soupçon of punk for seasoning.

There is something very familiar about this record although I’m not sure where that’s coming from. They don’t sound like The Buzzcocks but I can imagine The Buzzcocks could have written these songs with a little help from Wire.

There is a maturity of sound throughout that feels like they have some pre existing pedigree but I have no knowledge of their antecedents. To me they sound like they’ve got some previous but I can find no such evdence to support this feeling.

All three tracks are well polished and are delivered in a confident and engaging manner. The sort of record that urges you to get yourself a ticket to see them live.

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