This is Birmingham indie rockers debut album. But what an album! Each song is single worthy.
The album kicks off with the fast paced and exciting Lights and sets the bar for the rest of the album. 8/10
The second track Munich is one of those songs that everybody will have heard at sometime but maybe not have identified it with a band. Containing a fast drum beat it is one of the much more up tempo tracks featured. It is possibly the best track on the album. 9/10
Blood is much like Munich and has a very catchy chorus you may find yourself humming throughout the rest of the day. 8/10
Fall is one of the more down tempo songs of the album, and features a very minor and sad lead guitar riff. It is still a very good song. 7/10
All Sparks is the 5th song of the album and is definately one of the best songs of the album. 8/10
The song Camera is the second slowish song of the album and it begins with a soft organ and as the song progresses a guitar continues the soft tune of the organ. 6/10
Fingers in the factories is faster song and I personally think it is the best track of the album. It has a powerful chorus and is very theatrical, but then again all of the songs are on this album.
Bullets is probably the most catchy song ever. The chorus is one line repeated over and over again, but it does not disappoint. A very good song 9/10
Someone says is also a fast song and contains a very fast chorus. 7/10
Open your arms is the slowest song of the album and contains a very slow and simple guitar riff, it may be one of the filler songs of the album but still worth a listen. 6/10
Distance is also a very slow song and contains a slightly distorted lead vocal by Tom Smith. The main instrument of the song is a piano, and it is a very good song to close the album. 7/10
All in all the back room is a very good album, each song is theatrical and you may be singing the choruses for sometime. For £1.99 you should not be even considering not buying this album.
TRACKS TO LISTEN TO:
Fingers In The Factories
Hope this helped!