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Day 3 of the Great Escape Festival in Brighton.
"On stage conversation is as revealing and emotionally charged as his lyrics..."
Highlights of the 45 minute set came towards the end and these were Shiver, Window and final song, Homosapien, the title track of the new album released earlier this year.
It’s definitely not pop music; the diversity and scope of sounds, the trouser-filling bass, the swooping synth textures, not to mention the Jamaican patois throughout make FTU anything but.
The songs are classics. It’s three minute buzzsaw tracks, good and sharp. The playing is taut.
Eight song mini-album from a self-proclaimed “DIY punk band from Portsmouth”. Shooting Fish -part Lost Cherees part NoFX style young punx
This isn’t wistful indie and it isn’t dreamy NewPop. It is the sound of The Crookes turning into the Angry Young Men
Five hours' sleep and it's time to go out again. Cath Aubergine reports from day two of Brighton's Great Escape.
Louder Than War Day 2 at the Great Escape
Zooey Deschanel proves on her third She And Him album with M Ward that there’s more to her than meets the eye.