Leith's Night Noise Team, fresh from their appearance on the Limbo Live compilation, are giving away a free song for download.
It's called An Innocent Abroad and you can get it here.
For more info on the band head on over to their MySpace.
Monday, 6 July 2009
Writing a review for the There Will Be Fireworks album is kicking my arse, so here's something else good in the meantime.
Imagine if you will that Elastica came from Glasgow and maybe weren't so obsessed with their Wire and Stranglers records. Now imagine that they've kicked out that annoying singer and hired Clare Grogan instead. The results would be a bit like Peter Parker.
To me, this thought is a wonderful thing. Suitably enough Swallow The Rockets, the debut single by Glasgow quartet Peter Parker - led by Miss the Occupier frontwoman Roz Davies - is also a wonderful thing.
The A-side, Swallow The Rockets, grabs you immediatly with a pounding baseline and scummy guitar riff. It then holds you by the head and doesn't let go for the next 3 minutes. Spikey, snarly and just plain fab.
B-side Temper Temper doesn't do anything the A-side doesn't, it just does in different ways, but we liked the A-side, so that's just fine. Less snarly than Swallow The Rockets, but every bit as catchy and fun.
All in all, great pop music, and a fantastic debut single, it gets Five Stars on the random imaginary star rating system.
The single is out now, you can download it from eMusic
and iTunes. If you want a physical copy the 7" is limited to 500, so you should probably move quite quick. Avalance seems like your best bet at getting a copy.
Peter Parker MySpace
And a video of the A-side: