With dynamic basslines, some of which would fit in with classic rock bands, and searing Ramones influenced guitars coupled with the distinct vocal stylings of James Styring (The Popdogs) this power-pop offering is, quite frankly, bloody marvellous!
Each track becomes such an instant favourite that it’s hard to pick out the highlights but if pushed then my favourites are Death Of A Western Heart with its atmospheric opening, Rock And Roller Toons with its occasional Soft Boys-esque harmonies and power-punk driven Lemonade which I think may have burrowed so far into my brain it may never leave.
This album is easily going to be one of the soundtracks for my summer.
Check out the band’s facebook page here! (you can preview some of the tunes there too)
And if you are in Liverpool on 20th May you can catch them live at the International Pop Overthrow Festival where they are playing at The Cavern Pub at 9.15pm and The Cavern Club (Back) at 11pm.
Here’s the teaser promo for the album featuring a snippet of Lemonade.