13 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Steel yourself for the sound of young Tunbridge Wells. With frenetic riffs and inflamed vocals, Isaac Holman and Laurie Vincent aim to yank Britain out of complacency by the waistband. A smart turn of phrase and sharp sense of humour ensure their punky bluster never feels like hectoring, and on its best moments–“Sockets” and “Cheer Up London”–this debut is a Molotov cocktail of energy, melody and playfulness.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Steel yourself for the sound of young Tunbridge Wells. With frenetic riffs and inflamed vocals, Isaac Holman and Laurie Vincent aim to yank Britain out of complacency by the waistband. A smart turn of phrase and sharp sense of humour ensure their punky bluster never feels like hectoring, and on its best moments–“Sockets” and “Cheer Up London”–this debut is a Molotov cocktail of energy, melody and playfulness.

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