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Boomkat Product Review:
Hot on the heels of their delightful 7" 'Lydia', TomLab's latest pop hope Dog Day have delivered on that promise, producing an album packed with similarly excellent tunes, and a sophisticated, typically Canadian indie rock countenance. 'Career Suicide' is somewhere between Sonic Youth at their most melodic and Death Cab For Cutie's mainstream-ready alt-rock template. It's an absolute winner of a track, certainly not the sort of thing you'd expect from a label who have only just unleashed the latest album of lunatic electro croon from Khan, for example. Instead, Dog Day dish out a very sober kind of alternative pop music, laden with hallmarks of classic bands like The Smiths and the aforementioned Sonic Youth (whose influence over independent rock music seems to have reached an all-time high lately). Dog Day offer a great deal of promise in Night Group - clearly a band to keep an eye on.