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Jaws - 'Gold'

This is a bold move upwards from their scuzzy, Wavves-like ‘Milkshake’ EP

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Brummie band Jaws don’t have Swim Deep’s cool hair or Peace’s shiny jackets, but ‘Gold’ packs the same energy as both those bands. This is a bold move upwards from their scuzzy, Wavves-like ‘Milkshake’ EP, and further proof they’re the current ones to watch from the Midlands.

David Renshaw

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