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Hailing from the rock and roll mecca that is Leamington Spa, Coves, a girl/boy two-piece, blast onto the scene with a decent slab of droney poppy goodness whose opening riff reminds us all of ‘Free to Go’ by Folk Implosion. The two chord stomper is also not dissimilar to Low’s ‘Canada’ (I think). Anyway the riff is joined by thumping drums and decent female vocal ...

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Cast A Shadow by Coves
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 31 May 2012

Hailing from the rock and roll mecca that is Leamington Spa, Coves, a girl/boy two-piece, blast onto the scene with a decent slab of droney poppy goodness whose opening riff reminds us all of ‘Free to Go’ by Folk Implosion. The two chord stomper is also not dissimilar to Low’s ‘Canada’ (I think). Anyway the riff is joined by thumping drums and decent female vocals and has the kind of psychedelic lollop of The Beatles’ ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’. Catchy.

On the flip there’s a similar droney ‘60s-style song which seems to be pleasantly trundling along before bursting into a pop chorus with deadpan vocals in a Ladytron-ish manner. Bit of Broadcast here, bit of Nick Nicely there, this is a decent modern record that references a lot of ‘60s pop to impressive effect. They could get Leamington Spa on the pop map yet  - watch this space.


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