“My three ‘favourites’ were “Muppet Criminal”, “Hobbit Noodle” and “Schizophrenic Pineapple”… Can you imagine? “Ladies & Gentlemen, please welcome to the stage, Hobbit Noddle”.”
It’s a very grown up album, properly thoughtful and mature. It’s quite dense and quite busy. But for those willing to take a dip in What’s That About? there is much that can reward you. I finished the album quite breathless and impressed. You should be, too.
A crystal clear offering of absolute talent – superb songwriting, gorgeously performed; as ever. A UK gem well worth supporting.
Their somewhat humble, authentic approach is always refreshing in a world of largely methodical, results-driven artistry.
James Keen’s vocals are always up there as a personal favourite. Ran For Cover showcases those unique & hypnotic characteristics in an almighty manner.
Magazine Gap offer creativity & experience in equal, enjoyable doses, with the perfect amount of passion, and it works incredibly well.
The band return with a beautifully melodic and instantly classic sounding song, reminding us of everything we first loved about them – and so much more.
Such a musically satisfying song. A truly beautiful yet minimal soundscape within which you can lose yourself for a while.