By I Spy Strangers
Opener 'The Kind Of Dirty You Can't Wash Off' sets the tone for the album and the band perfectly describe the message they're putting across 'It crawls inside your head and leaves you wanting more'. With catchy riffs and Mikey White's vocals begging to be sung along to, it's hard not to like the Birmingham 5 piece.
'Wolf Amongst The Lovers' compares with bands like The Blackout but also has a certain, unique charm to it. With clever lyrics and guitars that can't help but make you want to dance, this song is definitely another strong point to the album.
'In Memory', an infectious climax to their debut shows that this band has the power to command attention from listeners far and wide. I Spy Strangers have found the winning combination and are going to use it as much as they can. This is an enchanting debut effort from a band with plenty of talent. Great things await I Spy Strangers.
Listen to: The Kind Of Dirty You Can't Wash Off, Kill The Lights