Relative babes on the music scene (7 months to be exact), Halifax's Dionysis show a wealth of potential in this hit and miss 3-song collection.
For the most part it's sweet sounding clean guitar chiming stuff and disaffected vocals. Opener "Butterflies Cry" has enough to it to distract from ponderous follower "Brothers and Sisters". A brief rock out is offered in the way of closer "Change the News" which is only held up by a leaden pub rock guitar solo, which drops the pace from "all balls out".
It's proof the band can do both ends of the spectrum but whether they belong together is purely symptomatic of the "early days" scenario Dionysis find themselves in. Read that classic biog reference "moulding their sound".
For seven months on the scene this sows all the rights seeds and whichever path the band choose to go down it promises to be an interesting one.