7/10 Jack Customer review, 11th November 2015
More Detroit rockers with a certain Livepudlian fixation. But don't mistake The Singles for The Forty-Fives or The Sights, even though they share a producer in Detroit 'scenester' Jim Diamond. This motor-city four-piece stand out by imagining garage rock as being solely inspired by the George songs on the early Beatles albums. It is hardly important music, but there's a real tangy, catchy pulse to "Come On" or "I'll Be Good To You" that makes most power pop sound insipid. Fab and, indeed, gear.
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