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1 review »Ooh, Grass Widow are back! I can't be the only one pleased about that, surely. On this here seven they're just dropping a little one, but it's quality not quantity, as they say. In the space of two and a half minutes they belt through a pacey bit of NZ-influenced girl fronted psych pop with a great mixture of garage gnarliness and indie jangliness and sugar-sweet vocals that almost seem to sl ... »

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9/10 Mike Staff review, 10 April 2012

Ooh, Grass Widow are back! I can't be the only one pleased about that, surely. On this here seven they're just dropping a little one, but it's quality not quantity, as they say. In the space of two and a half minutes they belt through a pacey bit of NZ-influenced girl fronted psych pop with a great mixture of garage gnarliness and indie jangliness and sugar-sweet vocals that almost seem to slow the clattering pace in mid-air with their luscious harmonies. So good and so short that I just had to play it twice just to get this down. There's weird wonky bridge bits offset by a totally bright, summery chorus for a song that's over before you really get a chance to figure out how great it is, resolving discordantly to leave you hungry for more. It might just be the excitement of getting a new jam but I think this is my favourite song I've heard from these guys to date...and they're hardly slouches on the good song front. Flip it and band-I've-never-heard-of Nature have a song, 'In A Place', which is a weird kind of mystical-sounding bit of lo-fi indie weirdness. Kind of unsettling and quite minimal and muddy, with skeletal and spooky melodies, it's an intriguing bit of songwriting and is fairly good, but I'm not going to try to tell you that it's better than the amazing Grass Widow song on the other side, nor that I expect people to buy the record for this song. We both know what you're here for and claiming otherwise would make you look like that guy who says he buys Playboy for the articles. Don't worry, there's no reason to be embarrassed, I'm excited there's a new Grass Widow song too.


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