The much talked about UK hopefuls continue to pre-empt the anticipation for
their forthcoming debut album with this solid slice of melodic rock. With menacing vocals and its
raw, punky slant, Day by Day is a certainty to set the airwaves bouncing and achieve chart honours.
But it's the B-sides which really get the mouth watering. Draped in sullen,
weepy melody, Countries For Breakfast is an infectious angsty drooper from the Britpop era. Lighters
Admittedly, Serafin are very much in the Foo Fighters chunky-melodic-rock
mould. How To Think Of Me Always has Dave Grohl shimmering through it like a a wolf in sheepskin. Not
that Serafin are tame. There's still room for teething though.