Fruit Bomb make a high energy garage rock with lovely harmonies and frantic, bluesy guitar playing. After some major touring Too Pure Singles Club have pressed the band’s second release to vinyl 7”. It Don’t Matter borrows some Ty Segall weirdness, tight dynamics and lots of DIY charm.
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More garage pop this time from those twin Northern cities of Manchester and Sheffield. Fruitbomb play a surfy fuzzy brand of rock on 'It Don't Matter' which starts in melodic style before a weird speed up after the first chorus that sends it into gritty Ty Segall territory. They are the kind of band who won't do 57 takes to get a guitar solo right. Overleaf is a more the Ramones slice of punk rock which belts along in a fog of fumes. It's like 1977 never existed. Gritty, slovenly and tuneful. V.promising.
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