A wholly inoffensive rock album. A blurred amalgamation of a bunch of rock influences, with standout tracks being far and few in between. An album that definitely talks over you instead of to you - the type of songs to come on in a pub and for a moment make you feel like shazaming them, but then you get distracted and never think about it again.
'Comanche' and 'I Bombed Korea' are great in their own strange unremarkable way. The latter becomes darker the more I listen to it. The best anti-war ... read more