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Boomkat Product Review:
If I may appropriate the diction of Terror Twilight-era Stephen Malkmus, this lot need to simmer, simmer, simmer down. Imagine Andrew WK pepping up a Polyphonic Spree collaboration with Akron/Family and you're in the right sort of hyperactive, joycore territory. Frankly, it's exhausting. From hard rocking guitar workouts on the title track to surreal samba hallucinations ('Party Politics') via electropop lunacy ('Young Marks') these guys don't know when to give it a rest. Furthermore, 'Boys In The Attic' is like a smashed-up garage version of '70s stadium rock (presumably that's an Aerosmith Toys In The Attic pun in there), and recent single 'Run To Your Grave' has a bit of a Flaming Lips vibe to it. The only problem here is posed by whether or not you have the stamina to match this band's sheer ADD-fuelled relentlessness.