Fake Plastic’s eponymous, debut album commences with the raw hunger of “Stop Drinking”, resonating with the unyielding spirit of a punk-infused indie ensemble. However, as the track unfurls, weaving through lofty acoustic peaks and navigating nuanced sonic valleys, it becomes evident that there’s more beneath the surface than what initially meets the eye. Or should that be ear?…

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