Toys And Kings
is a debut that should too. But somehow it doesn’t. The almost-intimidating ‘Jamaica Beer Eyes’ and mod-rock-by-numbers,
V-flicking ‘For Real’ do their best to soundtrack a modern-day brick pelting from the picket line, but belong safely at
a well-policed house party around Luke Pritchard’s gaff. Which is no treacherous thing, just a fair bit less than we were hoping for.
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