This three piece Band from London is somewhat contradictive, just like the ep titles it-self. If i only had heard Don't Give Up and Burn, i'd have labelled everything like on the way of The Gossip,
where pitchchanged bluesy dissonant guitars embrace amazing sensual and
soulfoul female vocals, alternating rage and sweetness. But, when
playback is on Signs, rhythmically picking and plucking guitar, it is like wondering what if Ani Di Franco
wasn't all that annoying i think she is, even if the funk accent here
brings everything far from an indie environment and falls into
emptiness of mainstream, like it happens for Monthe Christo, total smug ecletcticism.