I’m sorry, I can’t hear a word you’re saying, but I don’t think I’m missing much.
I think I chose an incredibly appropriate day to listen to this record. The combination of sunshine, semi-productivity and good quality Glasgow pop punk is a good one.
I’m not much of a reviewer. As far as the technical aspects go, I can’t tell the bad from the good or the good from the great. Luckily the majority of people who listen to music aren’t reviewers either (thank god) but we’re still allowed to tell other people if they’ll like a record or not. You’ll like this one. For fans of New Found Glory, Fireworks & Man Overboard, it’s perfect pop punk with great vocals singing clever lyrics. My personal favourite was initially It’s Time To Go Home, but I’m on my fourth listen and it’s becoming harder to choose. Definitely a good sign.
The EP is out now on Struggletown Records and is available from wolvesatheart.bigcartel.com and wolvesatheart.bandcamp.com (digital).
CLICK HERE for an interview with Keir O’Donnell (he’s in the band, like) and also a stream of It’s Time To Go Home.