The NYC's sophomore farwayfromeveryoneyouknow record it's a little bit too long, but they truly know what are they doing here and with this they've created such a particular pop sound, so distinctive, so unique and always experimental that it's a shame they're not popular because they do everything and their best to be it.
The safety on every note of Flying Microtonal Banana is all due to the success of Noganon Infinity and its acclaim from critics and audiences. Still, the first of the five albums released in 2017 is not much different from such as Quarters! or I'm In Your Mind Fuzz.
After a half-dozen albums that are worthless, the Melbourne band delivers for the first time a hard-rock and metal format, one that unstoppably demonstrates that in some way or another, they have found the way, the recipe, passion, access to a less pretentious model.