There's a new buzzword in the Liverpoool music scene. That word is Ninetails. A fluffy Pokémon, an ancient torturewhip and a band that is a bit of both. Like the whip, their music strikes you blow after blow after blow, with no pause. But like the Pokémon, its touch is a gentle brush and a pleasant occupation. People tend to take about them in quite positive terms and the bandcamplink below will show you why. Ninetails' mathrock takes a large chunk of Battles ofcourse. But there's also a slab of Foals and Tall Ships to it. The result is more ballsy rock than Battles, with vocals neatly mixed in the middle.
If it meens anything, they've supported Ghostpoet, ALt-J, Errors and Three Trapped Tigers. It took their debut two weeks to sell out. And below is a portion of reviews that have poured in already, with more to follow soon. A good eye will probably notice that a good lot of reviewers engage in prophecy. Meanwhile, fanbase is growing strong including Simon Raymonde(Bella Union) and Tom Robinson(BBC) who played their last single 'Blue Bottle Flue' on BBC6 and Amazing Radio.
God is in the TV: “this debut record gives a very accomplished and promising account of themselves”
Music Dash: “if they come up with ten tracks as good as 'I.F.', then they'll be on the verge of something like world conquering”
Sloucher: “Let's hope they release something longer next time around after whetting our appetite with this”
The Rusty Blog: “Ninetails will become a big math rock band”
Digg: “disarming confidence, lashings of great guitar riffs and a slightly raw sound”
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