A sunny panzanella (an Italian salad, ok?) from Cheatahs. Their first release since their debut record, Sunne EP is yearning for optimism. Awash with reverb on everything, big hazy vocals, a wall of guitars and grooving drums. This is a nice slice of spring light at the end of the wintery tunnel. Think No Age, Cave-In and Real Estate. Out on 12" vinyl from Wichita.
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Yeah!!! It's Cheatahs time again, this is a little four track EP from the lads on Wichita following on from their absolute belter of a debut album last year, they couldn't get any better in my opinion. With all the soft focus nostalgia of early nineties "My Bloody Slowdriver" but with an added amount of pop hook and indie-rock cool. The standout track is most definitely 'Controller' with a smooth jazz drum beat and lush twinkling guitars only to be whiplashed by the punk MBV style 'No Drones'. This is a great little taster to get you in the mood for their upcoming tour and support slot with The Vaccines, you might want to get in fast with this as initial copies come with a bonus CD of remixes from the likes of Leeds own Hookworms, Moongangs and Bloom (sold out now!)
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