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Excellent garage rock on 7” split single between Yorkshire’s Fawn Spots and Australia’s Scott and Charlene’s Wedding, released to coincide with a joint UK tour
Releasing a split single to coincide with their joint mini tour of the UK are Yorkshire’s Fawn Spots and Australia’s Scott and Charlene’s Wedding. The 7” features ‘Basin’, a new song by Fawn Spots, and ‘Lucky Charms’ a non-album track from Scott and Charlene’s Wedding.
Fawn Spots are post-punk, garage rockers and ‘Basin’ is an energetic, short track with frenetic guitars. The vocals are intense and shouted out by lead singer Jonathan Meager and it actually really makes me want to watch these guys live, which can only be a good thing I guess.
‘Lucky Charms’ is a lo-fi track which gives a taster of what to expect on Scott & Charlene’s Wedding’s recently released album ‘Any Port in a Storm’. Front man Craig Dermody delivers his lyrics about everyday life in monotone vocals, and ‘Lucky Charms’ has somewhat of a sentimental feel to it.
Champions of the slacker rock sound Scott & Charlene’s Wedding are playing several dates across the UK to promote their new record.