The Steers

Rewind, Repeat

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Cardiff’s The Steers dress in that horrendously contrived Doherty-via-River Island way, with their high street trilbies and plastic rosary beads. Luckily, rather than ripping off crack-fuelled grot-rock on ‘Rewind, Repeat’, they take inspiration (read: shamelessly steal) from sugar-caked ’90s Britpop types such as pre-sensible Supergrass. On B-side ‘Go’ they repeat the trick with Suede, which doesn’t hint at much of a progression. Still, at least on the former the tune’s there, and despite being about as culturally relevant as Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown, it’s a hoot to listen to. The song, that is, not Chubs.

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