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A sparkling, sun-drenched blast of melodic guitar pop, Go is a perfect follow-up to drummer turned bandleader Paul Quinn and his band the Primary 5's 2004 debut, North Pole. Featuring more of Quinn's heartfelt, positive, and catchy '60s-influenced rock, the album also showcases the multi-instrumental talents of Quinn's creative partner in crime, Ryan Currie. Together, Quinn and Currie have crafted a superb album equal to its predecessor in every way — and perhaps even a little better. Having proven himself a talented songwriter on North Pole, Quinn seems to have relaxed a bit into his abilities, and the songs here are assured, effortless, and utterly engaging. To these ends, tracks like romantic and driving "2 A.M." and the pastoral "Sunsets" are perfect pop tunes that sound something along the lines of Jackson Browne fronting Buffalo Springfield. Similarly appealing, tracks like the melancholy "Out in the Cold" and blissfully expansive "Make Believe" evince a late-'80s/early-'90s shoegazer aesthetic that fans of Quinn's former employers, Teenage Fanclub, will surely appreciate. Go's vintage West Coast vibe channeled through the prism of Quinn's Scottish Glaswegian background makes for a unique pop perspective and one great listen.

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Led by ex-Teenage Fanclub/Soup Dragons drummer Paul Quinn, Scottish melodic rockers the Primary 5 make '60s and '70s-influenced melodic rock not dissimilar to the drummer's former employers. In 2001, after recording four albums with the Fanclub, Quinn decided to leave the band and begin work on his first ever set of original songs. Collaborating with local Glaswegian musician Ryan Currie at ex-Oasis bassist Paul "Guiggs" McGuigan's studio, Quinn sang and played many of the instruments on the band's...
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