From The Jam through to Nirvana, the finest rock trios possess a raw, visceral power. To that list should now be added this dynamic North London three-piece, comprising vocalist Lea Andrews, guitarist Charley Stone (ex Gay Dad and Salad), and drummer Toby Sinden.
Anyone who invested in Spy 51's single, Sheila's Sister, will not need to be told that this outfit offer the perfect blend of driving rock, infectious tunes and, in Andrews, a front woman with a deceptively fragile, yet distinctive voice. Not for nothing were this band described as "writing the songs of the devil, sung with the voice of an angel".
This six-track mini-album offers the band a much wider palette to work from and ranges from the understated delicacy of One In A Million to the anthemic swagger of Shrug and the all-out assault of the title track. All of which merely wets the lips for the debut album.