An easy anthem for indie rock and roll’s ever-expanding repertoire, Walter Sickert & The Army Of Broken Toys keep things simple and catchy, with the naturally infectious sound of GOTH BEACH.
Featuring short lines of gritty vocal delivery with fast-paced power-chords and riffs underneath, GOTH BEACH maintains that simplicity of style for true impact throughout.
Combine this with the unmistakable, anthemic repeats of ‘yeah yeah, yeah’, and the captivating, aptly goth-themed but humour-soaked visuals, and the release makes light work of holding tightly to its audience.
Ready and waiting to be the cinematic soundtrack essential for some left-field new season or movie, GOTH BEACH makes fine use of a select few rock and roll building blocks to also reach out as a stand alone hit. That born to perform rock vocal is one, the united vocal chorus another, the classic organic drum line another still. In the same instance though, we get a sort of circus-style, festival-kissed additional flavour in the swirling alt-folk layers of chaotic strings, voices and samples.
It’s a full sounding progression, and this contrasts the easy outpouring of the listing format for a mighty overall presence.
‘You’ll never be lonely, at the Goth Beach.’