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Six By Seven : Two and a half days in love with you

A temporary blip, it may be, but a disappointing one nonetheless.

Six By Seven's Chris Olley recently refused to do an

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ouch, explaining that it would detract from the seriousness of

what

he's trying to achieve. Admirable sentiments, certainly. A shame, then, that his band's comeback EP is a steadfastly underwhelming affair that ultimately fails to build on last year's debut LP. The taut, bleached-out guitars might be soothing enough, but they're hardly the revolution Olley was alluding to. A temporary blip, it may be, but a disappointing one nonetheless.



JAMES OLDHAM

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