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Review: Sheepy Debut Album

Review: Sheepy Debut Album
It’s like putting Green Day and Ok Go in a blender creating a tasteful mix of juicy goodness.

Normally when I hear a band from Liverpool I automatically think of The Beatles. So it’s nice to hear a refreshing pop-punk band coming out of the city.  

Scousers Sheepy are a reformed three-piece consisting of vocalist Luke Jones, Villy Raze on Bass and Ollie Fontaine on Drums, and believe me they are by no means sheepish.

So many guitar bands today rip the fun out of enjoying rock music by taking themselves too seriously. Sheepy are just three happy-go lucky lads making music to their hearts content.

A solid 12 track self-titled debut album see’s Sheepy stand out from the heard. One thing Luke Jones has mastered from producing nine albums from his bedroom is effortlessly writing hooks as contagious as chicken pox.

Each song is almost its own short story - you really get more than you’ve bargained for in less than 30 minutes.  Their fast paced riffs allow for extra lyrical content giving each song it's own meaning.

Another Day is a standout track – It’s like putting Green Day and Ok Go in a blender creating a tasteful mix of juicy goodness.

First single These Clothes is fast-paced bursting with cheesy lyrics and a fun-filled music video, clothes coming off and on to lyrics ‘It’s getting hot in here’  According to the bands Twitter an “intrepid superhero disrobes hipsters”.

Out Now! Sheepy's debut album Available to download from iTunes  here  Why not get in touch and  tweet me to let me know what you think! Oh and if you want to see hipsters getting undressed then watch the video for These Clothes

 

Posted on: February 18, 2014
By: Lizzie Baker


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