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Dramatic emo? Oh, no no no.

Grammatics' don't disappoint on their debut, compared to the likes of OK Computer already, you couldn't say that you can't see how epic this record is. Previously released singles have been reworked, to fit the album, and it really shows. New songs will have fans dribbling from their mouths, especially the likes of 'Relentless Fours' and 'Murderer'. Let's hope that Grammatics' already highly anticipated second album can live up to their debut, it'll be a hard task knowing how good this album is.

watched them live bought the album

hey guys went to see BLOC PARTY this tuesday and Grammatics were supporting and i though they were really good. it's a shame the sound wasn't set up for them as they it was a little too bassy but i am knew that what i could here was worth hearing! so i bought the album.


And I mean it. This album is, well, everything you would want to find in an album. Songs, yes, that's a start, but these aren't those wishy-washy mainstream songs you hear playing on the radio in the background; no. These songs are the ones that stand out and grab your attention at first listen. I have never been so satisfied with an album before - no matter how much I love it there is always something that sticks out...or that doesn't stick out, and really should do.

Let me get to the point. This album has everything. The catchy riffs ('Shadow Committee'), the driving and quite beautiful endings ('Broken Wing' and 'The Vague Archive'), the haunting and eerie feel ('Relentless Fours') and the sheer emotion required to really get you going ('Inkjet Lakes' and 'The Vague Archive'), topped off with the brilliant vocals and lyrical work.

This band is very different from anything I have heard before, and although you could label it as "indie", they have developed their own style which is quite frankly striking. I recommend this to anyone that understands the meaning of music and isn't drowned in the sound of sampled hip-hop drum loops and that same woman singing the same words over the top, in each song (you know what I mean).

Best tracks: Relentless Fours, Inkjet Lakes, Rosa Flood, The Vague Archive, Broken Wing, Polar Swelling...

Yeah, there are a lot.


Formed: 2006 in Leeds, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The Grammatics are a Leeds-based indie rock band predominantly influenced by British art rock bands of the 1990s such as Blur, Pulp, and Suede. Formed in 2006, the band is comprised of Owen Brinley (vocals), Dominic Ord (drummer), Rory O'Hara (bass), and Emilia Ergin (cello). Affiliated with the independent label Dance to the Radio, the band released a couple...
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  • £3.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 22 March 2009

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