At my ripe old age I have become somewhat immune to the screaming hype that comes from the NME. A best new band banner headline in the NME would normally make me YAWH!
Glasvegas are different. Terrible name amazing tunes
I am gripped by a sense of anticipation that I had almost forgotten surrounds the arrival of a debut LP.
From the moment I first heard Daddy's Gone I've been hooked. The band blend the kind of kitchen sink reportage and eye for detail that the Arctic Monkeys excel at marriaged to a blissful, heavy reverb soaked sound. It the Jesus and Mary Chain covering the Smiths with the amps turned up really loud. Their is a yearning and ache in the sound, a scene of loss and hope. I can't wait for the debut LP.
Daddys Gone - Jules Holland
Geraldine - Jules Holland