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Bearsuit - Chargr!

  by Tommy Gunnarsson

published: 18 / 10 / 2004



Bearsuit - Chargr!
Label: Fortuna POP!
Format: CDS

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Latest single from the ever chaotic and reliable Bearsuit


A good friend visits you regularly, which makes Bearsuit a perfect friend. This spring, they released their long-awaited debut album, 'Cat Spectacular!', which was... spectacular, and now they're back with a 2-track single, containing two great new songs. The first song, 'Chargr' is a short and chaotic song, typical of this Norwich band. One second it is calm and soft, and the next it kick offs into screaming chaos. This is the kind of song we have come to love Bearsuit for! The second track, 'What, You've Never Seen Snow Before?', is a bit more structured, but the guys and girls still find their way to the distortion pedals, of course. It even involves some "jingle bells" action, so maybe this is Bearsuit's stab at a Christmas single, particulary with the title's mention of snow. And if it is, it's certainly one of my favourite X-mas songs, even though that is a title that isn't very hard to earn with me. As always with this band's singles, the sleeve is very cute and lovely, so let that be the final reason for you to buy this one...



Track Listing:-
1 Chargr
2 What, You've Never Seen Snow Before?


Label Links:-
http://www.fortunapop.com/
https://twitter.com/fortunapop
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fortuna-POP/202756739792517



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