In their six-track sophomore effort, the London quartet retain their pop-leaning clean-tone melodies and gentle vocals but their execution is a bit more tumultuous, with crunchier guitars, up-beat fusion and bellowing percussion. ‘Infinity Coats’ and ‘Fox Feeder’ are standout tracks, featuring punchy pop hooks interwoven with delicately finger-plucked guitar and bass melodies.
Don’t Join The Circus is overall a positive and feel-good listen, and the interesting dynamics across the four instruments will demand repeated listens.
math rock, happy, positivity, pop punk
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Enemies, And So I Watch You From Afar, Elephant Gym