Take one part The Drones, one part Neil Young and a touch of raw guitar-driven soul and you’re on your way to getting to grips with the sound of this Melbourne band. Their attraction lies in the mellow/intense mood shifts of songs like Darius, the cathartic wailing angst of Dirty Bird and record’s skeletal musical bones. Seven Drummers, named for those who’ve occupied the drum stool, is a bold and impressive debut, easily one of the best local releases so far this year and one that over 40 minutes maintains its intensity with poetic grace, power and passion.
this review was first published in The Music
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