8/10 Brian Staff review, 25 May 2012
Yeah, this is a likeable old-skool indie romp full of rough and ready DIY anthems laced with an endearingly shambolic and effervescent punky nature They remind me quite a lot of bands like Shrag. This is either a posthumous album or a comp of singles, I've no idea but it looks like the band are now defunct as it says on the back and I've got eyes and can read and everything.
I'm gonna have to keep this brief and point you to the sound-clips as I'm off to that there Slayer thing in London this aft but if you like heartfelt raw indie pop with balls and made by girls (sorry if there was any dudes in the band, is skip a boy or girl? And I cannae read the other name…What, no bio?). The last listed track is bafflingly my favourite, then there's apparently a whole three extra hidden tracks and the whole thing is over in no time leaving me confused at how I'm gonna get in the mind-set to review a load of new age following this.
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