The press release for this says "File under: Indie/ The Fall," which I wish it didn't, because now I can't hear anything else (and also didn't realize The Fall was an entire genre). Certainly, it's not a bad comparison when somebody could get confused with Mark E. Smith. Less weird, more rock 'n' roll than The Fall, the band has a slick post-punk sound with echoes of other Vancouver rockers. But I still can't separate this enough from the comparisons, and I await what this band comes up with on their next record when they develop their own sound some more.

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