Brothers from Leicester Andy and James Jones are Lusts with their very first single here. Very influenced by the 80s zeitgeist, one for fans of New Order, Joy Division and Spandau Ballet. Mixed by MJ from revered Hookworms, expect lots of reverb guitar, black tight fitting clothes and New Wave hairstyles. Vinyl 7” on 1965.
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With an opening guitar riff that's seriously 'Into the Valley', Leicester brothers Lusts produce a dark overcoated slab of '80's rock, perfectly designed to fit right into the 'Dark Side of the '80's' collection. Think Echo and the Bunnymen, The Chameleons and early U2 with lots of dry ice. It's perfectly executed and with an immediately infectious chorus to be sung whilst overlooking mountain ranges. Over on the flip is a fuzzier slab of stuff. Instrumental, it weighs in somewhere between Killing Joke and early New Order. It's a bit of filler but the A side is killer.
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