London garage band that set out to do more tan recreate a past era. Hey Girl Records proudly releases their third vinyl, Until that Day, an authentic slice of folk-punk, clearly inspired by those maniacal Byrds and Love copyist that graced the early Pebbles comps. Think the incessant jangling of The Squires and The Dovers, then add powerful vocals and a stinging guitar breat or two to the mix. The 45 also boasts the glorious Her Heart of Stone, powered by a riff that is as dirty as anything The Standells ever conjured up. The band came together as a kind of blind faith-style supergroup of the London garage scene. Ben was plaing in Speak & The Spells, Phil in Organ Morgan, and Claude Pelletier in The vinyl Stitches”. But with time all things come to an end and they became The Kumari.
released May 8, 2014
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