Won't anyone think of the children? The Lovely Eggs are Lancaster's most psych rock married couple. Former Angelica front lady Holly Ross sings whilst hubby David Blackwell plays drums and creosotes the fence. They play simple catchy Marc Riley-friendly punk pop that's hard to get out of your head once it's in and this 7" is no different. A fine blast of gritty pop aiming a swipe at annoying drug people.
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- Drug Braggin by The Lovely Eggs
7/10 Robin Staff review, 27 October 2016
Let’s get this over with then: the Lovely Eggs have a new 7” and it has this song “Drug Braggin’” on it, which shows off more of their bothersome but kinda catchy garage rock. With a psychedelic tinge in the wobbly guitar department and a monotonously repeated lyric (it’s, uh, “drug braggin’”), it’s a pretty simple affair, and as far as the Eggs go… it’s quite muted? It’s fine, though the cut-up vocal doesn’t do much to add to the psych-pop times, in all honesty. At a monolithic three minutes and forty seconds, it feels a little long. Flipped like an egg by “On the Line”, only the loveliest need apply.
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