Sunday, 5 October 2014

WALTZER - SINGLE REVIEW

Waltzer - Superfine 
Waltzer - Superfine

Release Date: 11th October 2014

I saw a girl get her long hair stuck in the workings of a Waltzer once. The fairground guy had to cut her hair off and her mum just stood there and cried. That's stuck with me for a long time as images go. The pounding, insistent rhythms that open the new single from London trio Waltzer are also likely to stick in my head for a while. 'Superfine' is a great name for a single and the single lives up to its name with the feel of Belly, Veruca Salt, Lush and 90s indie-grunge bands aplenty seeping through every pore. The guitars chug, the drums pound and there is an element of Feeder at their best. This is the kind of band that we've been missing for a while now and I hope their blend of power, melodies and attitude cuts through the syrupy bullshit that occupies far too much of the music world these days like washing up liquid in a greasy tray.

More information: https://www.facebook.com/WaltzerWaltzer?fref=ts

Live Dates:


11th October - Single Launch @ The Finsbury, London

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