Meatraffle are increasingly looking like South London's post punk answer to Sleaford Mods. Grizzled, slightly tramp-y looking singer? A general air of contempt for the bullshit of modernity? Quality tunes for days? They've got the lot. New track The Horseshoe plays like a lost 80s new wave classic - this is Meatraffle making pop music; wonky, ragged round the edges, and bursting with bittersweet joy.
The track is taken from their debut album HiFi Classics, a record that's getting beterr with every listen - there are still a few copies available over on Bandcamp, bag yourself one now, or pay a fortune for it from a Discogs scalper in 10 years time...
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