"…the band's 2017 debut is full of punk and early' 80s post-punk references (there's the Marine Girls again) and filled to the brim with straight-up reverbed and jangly guitar indie-pop - which isn't complicated by too many chord changes - rib-crunching percussion and a healthy dose of psychedelic keyboards which add a touch of artiness… Add lashings of glorious harmonies and what's not to like here? ¡Magnífico!"
"…a cracking pair of tunes that neatly straddles the band's first two albums… "Ya no me importa" is top-notch guitar-fuelled indie-pop song resplendent with the band's trademark metronomic drums which barrels along at 160 km/h… "Si tú me quieres" is more thoughtful, with plenty of reverb and swirling synths that do burrow into the head, for an incredibly radio-friendly number…"
Somehow this didn't go in the first time round, something seemed off... But when I came back to this album almost a year later, it was a whole different story! Some of the greatest fresh retro psychedelia with a bit of that Jex Thoth aftertaste. What was I thinking?! comaunite