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(14:00; Regal Crabomophone)
This 14-minute-long vinyl 7" EP (33rpm) features both a studio and live version of the title cut, as well as a somewhat shorter number called “Finale”. The band say they are influenced by Tame Impala, Pink Floyd, Genesis and Simon & Garfunkel, and while I find it hard to work out how the last one fits in I can hear all the others, alongside Steve Hillage and the complete subgenre of classic Seventies Italian Progressive Rock, which is often referred to as RPI. The keyboards are incredibly dated, as if they have just grabbed the nearest Hammond and mellotron, while the guitars crunch over the top. The trio have already started work on their second album, even though the debut has yet to be released, so it sounds as if we are going to be hearing a great deal more from these guys. Just look past the name of the band and the cover photo, and pop over to Fruits De Mer and grab something which is really interesting indeed (which for once has not yet sold out at the time of writing).
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