Reverend and the Makers: ThirtyTwo


THERE’S nothing sophisticated or complicated about the Sheffield crew’s fourth album.
It’s good old-fashioned enjoyable indie rock with traces of glam (rip-snortingly exciting opener Detonator) and ska (the Madness-influenced Devil’s Radio) that isn’t afraid of a la-la-la chorus (half of the album).
Lyrically it’s fairly sharp (“We’ve took to calling you the pilot light, because you won’t be going out tonight” – Your Girl) and every song seems perfectly suited to the live arena.
A simple, enjoyable listen.

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