Instalment four of Sarandon's four 7" 7-song mini albums is not an easy sentence to say when drunk. Through out The June Bride you can't help but wonder what some of these songs might have turned into had they not been governed by the strict rules of fitting onto a 7" single. There is nothing wrong in wanting to hear more of the angular funk of Kitten or the snack sized Morrissey in a tin of Angela. Meet Warren could have been a contender had it not had its nuts chopped off by the ruthless rules dictated by the format. On the flipside if you have the attention span of a 14-year old determined to play every ring tone on their phone in one 5 minute bus journey then Sarandon will fit straight off the peg. Through out each song the band have an epileptic fit with guitars, drums and vocals all spewing out in short sharp bursts, occasionally accompanied by equally out of tune and bonkers brass. All four mini albums will be available as one big (but still remarkably short) 28 song collection later this year and will make a worthwhile talking point in any Indie-art-rock lovers' collection.