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.