"They sound like Foals" is a not entirely accurate comparison that Maths Class are going to have to get used to pretty quickly.
Sure there's a fair few spindly guitars running wild patterns here and there, but so what? There's lyrics that loop endlessly that are seemingly meaningless and yet also appear to take on great significance the more you hear them - see the "the animals have escaped" mantra of opening track Nerves for further proof.
So there are similarities, but Maths Class are not a band who have just popped up in the wake of Foals of success. If anything Maths Class, are far more direct. Time changes are lurched into like a runaway train attempting 90 degree bends, and guitars are thrashed as if At The Drive In were directing them.
Make no mistake, these are still party songs guaranteed to have people cutting remarkable angular shapes at hot, over-crowded, house parties up and down the country as no matter how rampantly contrary Maths Class get they never lose that danceable edge. Even the bezerk algebraic thrash of Jonny Got The Jawline will whip up a frenzy, despite not being too far away from being expressed in binary code.
At times NTWTTH is mind boggling, as Maths Class tear holes in the notion of structure and time changes. Frenetic, clever, and ultimately invigorating - this will be the first time in years you've been excited about the prospect of a Maths Class.