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Mazes return with a second single from their forthcoming Fat Cat debut 'A Thousand Heys' and you'll be pleased to hear that they are still writing upbeat, scuzzy indie rock with a twist of North Eastern humour. They sound slightly too Americanized to really be from Manchester but, they are so go figure. 'Most Days' is a short and to the point affair with reliable 'Woohoo' style Beach Boys choral h ...

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Most Days by Mazes
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 31 March 2011

Mazes return with a second single from their forthcoming Fat Cat debut 'A Thousand Heys' and you'll be pleased to hear that they are still writing upbeat, scuzzy indie rock with a twist of North Eastern humour. They sound slightly too Americanized to really be from Manchester but, they are so go figure. 'Most Days' is a short and to the point affair with reliable 'Woohoo' style Beach Boys choral harmonies and guitars that scratch the skin much like saw paper would. B-side 'Shit Priest' is an odd little tune about not meeting Mark E. Smith (among other folks). Sounds like it was recorded in a millisecond between having a brew and popping to the shops for something like biscuits or toilet paper! Very much in keeping with the current crop of scuzzy indie pop bands you've all been listening too lately. Still good.


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