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Sideways follow up to Wayward Child

Harking back to the 70's and 80's without sounding dated, this, the second solo outing from Bugs would sit nicely alongside the likes of Editors, Kaiser Chiefs, Bloc Party et al. whilst offering a kindly nod to The Stranglers, Killing Joke, Joy Division, Echo & The Bunnymen and The Doors and The Who. All live instruments - modern british rock with a retro vibe. "Bugs sings about a bleak computer-screen future, but he couldn't have created the song without that technology - we'll forgive him though, because it's a fine tune. The subject matter rather dictates the instrumentation of this song, along with Bugs desire to play everything live. The drums, bass, guitar and vocal lineup couldn't be more orthodox, but it's all very well constructed - especially the layering of the guitars. I really liked the flanged guitar sound - it's warm but attacking. The drums and bass are great, doing what they need without drawing attention to themselves. The vocal has a good confident delivery that sits well with the instruments and is enhanced by the backing vocal. Almost everything sounds in the right place to me - the tonal placement is spot on. The separation of the guitars keeps a good clarity and fullness to the overall sound. The vocal balance of the lead and its relationship to the harmony work well, giving it a rather dark feel. It's an interesting song performed and produced well." Computer Music 7/06 "The changes from verse to chorus have good commercial potential and the guitar work is full of catchy riffs that are employed triumphantly. Go get 'em, tiger!" Future Music 7/06 "An atmospheric introduction to this west Country based act with chiming guitars and plaintiff choruses to catch the ear and twist the mind." Musician

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