The one thing I have always loved about Stephen Jacques, something which I have probably waxed long and lyrical about in other reviews, is his commitment to an established, old-school-infused rock ‘n’ roll sound. The type that has me reaching for references such as Johnny Thunders and Nikki Sudden than anything more of the moment. The sort of thing that the genre was built on, music that still feels like the beating heart of the rock ‘n’ roll…

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