I’m not sure how The Caughtery does it but they seem to make music at a point where lots of opposites attract…and indeed make attractive music. Fragile, the latest single and the teaser for an eponymous EP to follow, is at once cultish and commercial, full of rock swagger and pop addiction, ornate and accessible, sitting on top of plenty of past glories and yet forward-thinking, timeless, and of the moment. Any ideas? No, me neither…

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