The Coventry trio's fourth album is sometimes ham-fisted, but always heartfelt
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As youthful, enchanting and boisterous as ever before
Whether celebrating gastronomy of the sugary sweet kind on ‘Rock’N’Roll Cake’, immortalising their school hangout on ‘An Old Stationary Shop’ (“It opens every day except Sunday!/You can buy anything you need at school”)
or squaring up to villainous sea creatures on ‘Monster Jellyfish’, the heroic ladies sound just as fresh and enchantingly boisterous as they ever have.
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