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Boomkat Product Review:
While ‘Innocence Man’ might be Manchester 4-piece Easter’s debut album, locals have probably caught the band in one of their many electric live shows recently. Combining the aching songcraft of Red House Painters and the wide-angle metal of Justin Broadrick Easter manage to be both crushingly heavy and incredibly touching. It’s a combination that doesn’t often work, but these guys are veterans and rarely does a note go out of place – nothing feels forced or hokey, rather ‘Innocence Man’ comes off with honesty in spades. At times there are even echoes of The Wedding Present’s ‘Seamonsters’ in the charming vocals, and that just can’t be a bad thing. Whoever said heavy rock couldn’t be emotional (and we’re not talking about emo here) – Easter have shown that they can do the impossible, and come out smiling.