- Yes Yes Harry Bonanza »
Describing themselves as three individual players of indeterminable age YYHB (as they like to be known) could, judging from their press release, be assumed to be some sad old men playing in their garage. However, the reality couldn't be more different. Opening track Going After The Demotivator starts sounding like Ian Brown but develops into enjoyable quirky guitarpop. The sniping and bitterness in the vocals cannot detract from it being ultimately quite hummable. The four tracks that follow all take the same essence but wrap it to differing moods. Long Deadly Days stands out in particular, careering from rolling tourch song to stomping retro rock with effortless ease.
The best new band I've heard for at least a month.