Brighton alt rock four piece “thoughts” have only been going since October last year, with just three tracks on their SoundCloud page to date: “Tuck” an a live and studio take of “Animal”. But it’s a strong opening offering from the band who continue to craft their sound through a series of live dates.
Joe Thorpe lends an appealing lead vocal, laid over some captivating, even slightly dreamy guitar riffs and beats provided by band members Ed, Mikey, and Luke that faintly echo some of those in Garbage track “Stupid Girl”.
The band’s style has been compared to that of Peace and Superfood (Give It Back Magazine), a deserved comparison with thoughts set to emulate a measure of those bands’ success in the months ahead.
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Review by Gavin Watson | @watsongc