June 12, 2012
Seeped in more buzzy gloop than a bumblebee drowning in its own (just like) honey, the title track of the forthcoming debut album from the London newcomers is admittedly a photo of a dream Kevin Shields had once, but a pretty enjoyable dream. Derivativeness be damned if it feels this good though.
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