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1 review »Not as interesting as its title certainly. This is an album of well crafted, earnest guitar rock from the Belfast band. Heading rather swiftly down the path marked Snow Patrol, the songs have a faint melancholic air but are full of punchy singalong bits incorporating horns on ‘Powertrash’ to emphasise the point at which you put your beer down and raise your hands in the air in a euphor ... »

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6/10 Clinton Staff review, 03 April 2014

Not as interesting as its title certainly. This is an album of well crafted, earnest guitar rock from the Belfast band. Heading rather swiftly down the path marked Snow Patrol, the songs have a faint melancholic air but are full of punchy singalong bits incorporating horns on ‘Powertrash’ to emphasise the point at which you put your beer down and raise your hands in the air in a euphoric fashion.

Just a little safe and radio friendly for these ears, they break out the distortion pedals on ‘Liberators’ and are way better for it. ‘Barebarbu’ has a few interesting chordal shifts and sweet feedback,  sounding a little like The Waterboys. Like The Connells or Ron Sexsmith, they peddle nice and tunefully melodic brand of rock that lacks an edge, when they mine the fringes of alt rock where they sound at times not unlike the less quirky side of the Trash Can Sinatra’s.  


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