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The number of bands you can compare Wild Beasts to is whittling, and the four piece certainly stand triumphant in a sea of bands that don’t pay much attention to their delivery or lyrics.
We’d compare this release to a wild animal – it’s savage, and what’s more, it’s free.
‘You Can Do Better’ (Alcopop!) is the 4th album from Jo Fo and it returns to the ragged glory of the 1st album in many ways.
Bursting with a raw energy and intensity, it’s hard to find fault in ‘Cellar Door.’
They’ve played shows with The Vaccines, opened for Arctic Monkeys, and yet their debut album has still to see release. So who exactly are the four-piece that have been garnering so much attention from the indie elite?
Twinkling into life, the tracks driving rhythms and vibrant layers of guitars waste no time capturing your attention.
After touring solidly and refining their sound for the last 18 months, rockers Brother & Bones are releasing their new EP To Be Alive next month.
Andy Goddard isn’t just another bloke with an acoustic guitar.
With the low-fi aura of The Vaccines enveloping Alex Turner-like bouts of lyrical self-deprecation, Don’t Play With Fire more than solidifies China Rats standing as the next big, stand-out indie darlings.
Chvrches have created a sound that despite being very reminiscent of 80’s synth pop, they can clearly call their own.