REVIEW | Campfires (Self-Titled EP)

It’s hard to think of a band as of late who have been so quick to make an impact, but that’s exactly the case with Campfires from Aberdeen, who recently put out their self-titled debut EP, and after listening to it ourselves, it’s no wonder these chaps are gaining a notable reputation in no time at all.

The record is a compilation of exciting, fast-paced numbers driven by highly addictive melodies, with the focal points being the catchy as hell Pure Gold and the well written Like A Cancer, plus the closing instrumental is a pretty sweet acoustic piece.

With material as good as this, Campfires are already cementing themselves as one of Scotland’s premier pop punk acts.

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