PS I Love You – Death Dreams (Paper Bag Records)


There are not enough bands in the world that sound like this, PS I Love You boat a truly unique blend of goodness, with a varied mixture of genres all mashed together producing a downright awesome new album release in the form of ‘Death Dreams’. This being the follow up to their debut album, they had a lot to live up too seeing ‘Meet Me At The Muster Station’ was embraced by critics across the globe garnering consistently dazzling reviews. The images of tour life inspired the band in writing this stunning LP packed with bangers from beginning to end.

Track favourites are easily distinguished after your first few plays; ‘Sentimental Dishes’ owns one hell of a cracking name and an epic chrous to go with it. All those kids out there still livng with the parents, put this song on loud and sing to your mother loud, with your air guitar, priceless.

Next up is track is ‘Princess Towers’, the first few guitar strums as the song opens have you hooked instantly; you find yourself head banging along within seconds and dancing about like a complete nutter. Ultimately this is what you want in an album, the ability to get you moving and lift your mood instantly.

Overall, this album is a killer listen; we can only imagine that seeing this band as a live outfit would be mind blowing. The fact is that the band have recorded this so well that images of them playing live are already embedded in your head whilst you listen to it deserves merit in itself. Grab yourself a copy now, we have it on repeat.


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