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Boomkat Product Review:
This Buckinghamshire-based group have already seen their take on country-tinged grunge gaining high praise from the folks at Rough Trade. 'Debris' introduces the band's sound and singer Will Burns' surprisingly convincing faux-American drawl; a lethargic growl that sounds somewhere between Kurt Cobain and J Mascis (remember that the band are from BuckinghamshireŠ). Treecreeper seem to alternate between a sort of gritty US alt-rock and outright melodic balladeering, as is the case on the lo-fi country weepie, 'Subside', with its wispy, quavering violin line and bluesy harmonica. On 'Waylaid', both that gravel-throated vocal and accompanying lead guitar directly channel the distinctive hallmarks of Dinosaur Jr. in full stride, and that's what's unusual about this album's appeal: while Grain isn't out to break new ground, there's a knack for distilling elements from bands like REM and Buffalo Tom which leads to a quality of songwriting that's undeniable.