REVIEW | Poor Frisco: Sheep’s Clothing

We only scratched the surface with East Kilbride rock band Poor Frisco this past May when we reviewed their single, Take What You Want. But now it’s time to take a look at their debut album, Sheep’s Clothing, and see what the guys truly have to offer.

After a neat little intro, we kick off with You’re Not My Love, a smooth song with very memorable lyrics that are futile to resist getting stuck in your head. From there, the band bring us plenty of energetic, fast-paced tunes such as Carry On, Brothers Grimm and Ghosts.

Weird In The Suburbs is undoubtedly the highlight of the record, with it’s addictive rhythm and a unique sound that separates it from the rest of the tracks. A Tick Ahead also stands out as a passionate tune with invested writing, and Running Ahead serves as a satisfying conclusion.

All in all, a delightfully entertaining album that presents a collection of engaging indie numbers, each with their own distinctive qualities.

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