The Indie-popsters debut is not too disastrous it’s actually quite catchy. With the beats of The Feeling and the twang of Bowie, these elements make it an intriguing listen. It’s hard not to compare them with Orson and all those other twee boy bands, oh sorry boy groups, out there but as there seems to be a gap in the market for yet another one of these bands as it is a revolving door business, why don’t the Essex lads grab a piece of the pie whilst the time is right.
They have the looks, the playful lyrics and power chords even harmonies. It’s amazing how many things rhyme with Loretta. Wow, they’re fully equipped, go forth and conquer, says I!