Like some farmer lad at a Christmas do, neck bursting out of his collar, tie askew, this record struggles to contain all the potential it possesses.
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Despite the lethargy or maybe because of it, there’s something about this record that is very good, almost enchanting, maybe it’s pure attitude that drips from the music, almost like sap from a tree. You get the feeling they really don’t give a shit. I do, I like it.
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Some tracks are imbued with a sort of over-sated, lolloping inertia, (check out FauxTrails for a classic exhibition of teen ennui), whilst others are injected with a rush of glucose-driven adrenaline that only Youth is lucky enough to possess.
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…make no bones about it, we at Incendiary think this is a stupendous record. Tough, sassy, incredibly consistent, and possessing the kind of strength of character and wit that is all too rare nowadays.
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