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Boomkat Product Review:
After last week’s rock-tastic 7” single ‘Camera’, Scottish folks De Rosa are back with a full length album, again on the crucial Delgados-run Chemikal Underground label. Thankfully the album is much more diverse than the 7” would let on, with the big brash balls-out enthusiasm of ‘Camera’ cushioned in amongst some lovely lo-fi ballads which remind me more of Chemikal Underground stalwarts Arab Strap or the Delgados themselves then anything else that comes to mind. In fact the single stands out so much it could very easily have not been on the album at all… what we have is a subtle, quite shy album of lovingly homespun rock music. The songs are quite beautifully written and take in a large amount of interesting instruments to actually write a handful of tracks that dare I say it sounds vaguely unique. Yes it’s an indie album that doesn’t reek quite so heavily of plagiarism, I know it’s hard to believe but I’ve been playing this for a while now and I’m getting rather fond of it. It makes sense for Chemikal Underground to be releasing this, they’ve been in the shadows for far too long and need this kind of heavy hitting full length to bring them back into the realms of the indie press. Lovely.