There is something going on here that I like. I like it a lot. It has something to do with the fact that the vocals, in particular, remind me of a much-underrated band called Wasuremono. Had they put down the guitars and embraced their more digital urges, the two bands would have made easy label mates. Actually, even if not, they would have probably loved each other.

It’s a small but perfectly formed EP ranging from the buoyant opener of Stay Alive, running through darker realms with No Regrets, to the unashamedly happy-clappy vibes of Wild to the skittering dancefloor groove of Dust.

It’s a beguiling record. And such sonic charisma is a powerful and welcome element to have indeed.

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