The state of British indie is still intact with Cub, and Wunderhorse are a promising new addition to modern rock's trajectory. Although the band gets a bit too slow at times, their light shines brightest in their more creatively liberating and faster tracks which hold more potent emotional baggage. From the heartfelt journey in Teal, to the bitterness in Leader of the Pack, to the infatuation in Purple, Wunderhorse's sound clearly peaks when their songs take on a life of their own. All they need to do is trim the boring bits and they've got an excellent album.
Favourite Song: Teal
Best: Butterflies, Leader of the Pack, Purple, Poppy
Worst: Girl Behind The Glass