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17th Feb 2013 10:26am | By Editor
The buzz so far Their name might make you think of rain macs and trainspotters, but their sound will have you thinking of alt-rock circa 1993 – more Pumpkins than Billy Corgan and co. have been in a long time themselves.
Kagoule are rocking the grunge-styled riffs the 17-year-olds weren’t old enough to hear first time around.
They’re no shameful revivalists, though, and double A-side single Monarchy/ Mudhole is shot through with a post-millenial adjustment that references the likes of Biffy Clyro, Liars and Modest Mouse.
The Critics say “Catchy hooks and melodic guitars” Vulturehound.co.uk
The plug Debut single Mudhole/ Monarchy is out February 25 through Denizen Recordings.