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I think this is the third Young Sinclairs record I have reviewed in as many months, maybe someone else should get them as I’m running out of things to say. Thats not to say I don’t like them. No, no, no, no, no, no. Here they create a gloriously delicate slice of impish Byrdsian jangle pop. It’s lovely to hear the Rickenbacker (or something that sounds like it) in modern day pop ...

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9/10 Clinton Staff review, 02 August 2013

I think this is the third Young Sinclairs record I have reviewed in as many months, maybe someone else should get them as I’m running out of things to say. Thats not to say I don’t like them. No, no, no, no, no, no. Here they create a gloriously delicate slice of impish Byrdsian jangle pop. It’s lovely to hear the Rickenbacker (or something that sounds like it) in modern day pop music, it’s a sound I will love forever.

 

The song is slight but incredibly charming, not unlike The Springfields, The Rain or perhaps even the fledgling Stone Roses. Just wonderful. The B side is a slightly harder edged affair (only slightly), again the guitars do that Roger McGuinn thing that gets me every time. I’m reminded of The Searchers and the couple of great comeback records they did in the early ‘80s before they retreated to the cabaret. I’ve just noticed that it’s one bloke doing all this, it really does sound like a band rather than a solo feller. Perfectly authentic ‘60s inspired jangle pop which lives up to the excellence of the previous singles.


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