The last track, ‘LOCAC’ will surprise, enthrall and annoy fans in equal measure. Angry, distorted, liberally dosed with fiery vocals from Ginger, the track is best described as extreme progressive punk, a genre I never knew existed
The ‘Renaissance Men’ (Arriba!) aren’t back. The Wildhearts are back. When I say that, I mean, for many (myself included), the definitive line-up, Ginger, CJ, Ritch and Danny.
The title track, with some glorious harmonies opens with the most apt statement that the band could have ever penned. “So here we are again….”
With their first new album in 10 Years set for release very shortly, The Wildhearts have announced an 8 date UK tour in support of the occasion.
If Brighton is your back yard, be grateful, the boys, turned up, played and destroyed the town.
To call it the classic line up does The Wildhearts an injustice as one of the ‘classic’ line ups saw Scott Sorry on bass, delivering the last studio album the band produced to great critical acclaim.
For the first time in years, the Wildhearts’ set was to feature Danny on bass once more during the encores, something that, naturally, had spiked interest in the fans and by the time the band arrived on stage, the crowd were chomping at the bit.