“Right now, The Family Rain sound like a band whose confidence is swelling,” writes Kevin EG Perry in this week’s NME, praising the Bath trio’s “ripped, pumped-up riffs” and Oasis-like swagger on new EP ‘Hunger Sauce’. Most bands would rest on their laurels having just released a widely applauded debut album (‘Under The Volcano’). Not William, Ollie and Timothy Walter who, five months after that debut LP, release this new seven song collection next Monday (July 28). From indie-disco anthem in waiting ‘You Should Be Glad You’ve Got a Man’ to the Britpoppy ‘Tarantula’, it’s further proof this is a band going places. Give it a listen exclusively on NME.com below.