Gliss – Rugby Road (CD Review)

Following on from their debut single ‘Blue Sky’, Gliss return with the wonderfully C86 sound of ‘Rugby Road’. It is all there, the dreamy and washed out vocals, the hopeful and persistent lead guitar and the solid and impervious drums; all the things that made early indie brilliant and cool dancing almost impossible.

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‘Rugby Road’ is backed with a ‘Girl’, a song that veers between sounding both like it should knock the booze and the tabs for a while and soaring angelicaly. The track is like The Libertines but with some balls.

Label : Genepool

Release Date : 27 February 2006

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  • Rugby Road [4:21]
  • Girl [2:40]

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