Sticking to their shoegazey, scuzz-rock format, this single could be a contender for their best song so far. It does nothing we haven't heard done before, but a good song is a good song regardless. Here the insistent beat and layers of guitar are joined by a softened vocal which adds an air of mystique (something that's enhanced by the video) and it's not the kind of song that requires repeat plays. Sure, it sounds better once you're accustomed to it, but it's an instant hitter too, I guess that's yet another album to add to our list of records to look forward to.
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