Saturday, April 25, 2009

Caught in the Webb


THERE'S something about Acrobat, the first long-player from Jo Webb And The Dirty Hands, that I can really empathise with.
And not just the scruffy cartoon on the cover with receding hair and glasses that exhibits some serious Ashe family-style genes.
No, there's an air of honesty about the riffing pop rock on show here that sits somewhere between Weezer and The Feeling.
It's a clever yet fun listen that knows how to kick it when required, and is packed with more hooks than Abu Hamza's wardrobe.
Seriously, just listen to Acrobat, and you'll flip.

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