“They’re raw – almost grungey – but they’ve got that shoegazing thing going on too. And if they’re looking at their shoes it means they’re not looking in the mirror, know what I mean?” so said the might Geoff Barrow about Thought Forms in the NME earlier this year. The Portishead maestro had already put his money where his mouth is by singing the South West England trio to his Invada label. Their self-titled debut, “a monster of an album” was released in August 2009.
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One must always approach the quiet-then-loud market cautiously. It is not only a difficult market to survive in, let alone make money in, but it is an easy market to get lumped into as second rate Mogwai or Godspeed. Anyone willing to do their homework will find umpteen similarly specified...