**MID-PANDEMIC SALE! 50% OFF!**
A mouthful of bubblegum and brickdust from Douglas Burns' (Red Dons, Observers) current outfit Endless Column - pass the Gaviscon! This self-titled album is only EC's second release, following the Portland, OR trio's 2015 7", 'Summer', but well worth the wait: impeccably moody, surfy, machine-gunning garage-rock, that finds a hugely appealing middle ground between tough, misanthropic contemporary new wave a la Low Life or Diat, artful jangle, Love Triangle-esque power-pop, and crude, swaggering good-times gunk-punk, all bound together with indelible vocal hooks and minor-chord songcraft you'd have to classify as pop if didn't sound so f****ng effortless, and with no let-up in tempo, pounding drums high in the mix and giving the whole thing an unstoppable arrowhead momentum. See especially 'Endless Column Summer' - irresistible, indelible anthem, and it KNOWS it.
Was £12.99, now £6.49!