The broken Family band have an illustrious history as a hard working group of folks. 'Salivating' is the first single from their seventh studio album 'Please and thank you'. I remember the band being far more whimsical and folky than this single suggests yet it appears that time has made the band leaner. No sign of the cute backing vocals, accordians and banjo's that had bolstered previous releases, now we get streamlined rock music performed with style and confidence. 'Salivating' is the sound of a band comfortable making indie rock singles and this is a charming one. Simple and well delivered. I still have problem getting over the american drawl of singer Steve Adems vocal delivery (these guys ain't american as far as i know) but it's not quite as strong as it used to be. I prefer the b-side 'love your man, love your woman (soft eyes version)' as it's a real catchy number with a sterling chorus a much more relaxed, natural vocal delivery. Good stuff.
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