Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Little Man Tate a little disappointing


WHEN it comes to spawning cutting edge guitar music, Sheffield has proven to be one the most fertile places of late.
But unlike gritty realists like Arctic Monkeys and Richard Hawley, Little Man Tate sound determined to have a bit of fun.
Sadly it's this streak that lets the band down on Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy, who at points during their sophomore album shine like a leading light of the city's scene.
For example where the anthemic Money Wheel opens the album brilliantly, single choices like the cheesy Hey Little Sweetie leave the listener scratching their head.
At points Little Man Tate seem capable of amazing tracks, but for the most part they seem determined to churn out second-rate indie that's just not good enough, chaps.

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