Wednesday, March 18, 2009



LEEDS-based band Grammatics' sound is a hard one to label.
On the group's eponymous debut they dash between post rock, pop and classical influences, with as many radio-friendly hooks as colon-emptying riffs - though at a push you'd drop them in the same bracket as angular indie rockers such as Field Music or The Futureheads.
It's a complicated mix - but one that sounds meticulous in execution instead of messy, always eschewing a basic verse chorus formulas.
Engaging and original - if there's any justice, 2009 will be a Grammatical era.

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