If the recent single, “Yesterday’s Girl”, didn’t make you pine for the soon-to-follow parent album, Deleted Scene, then “Tricky Love Stuff” will have you howling from the rooftops for it. As the opening brace of songs, never have two humble singles promised so much. Whether the rest of the album can live up to the benchmark they set remains to be seen, but I’d put money on the fact that this third album from Gramercy Arms will leave you satisfied. More than satisfied…

Read the full review at The Big Takeover

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