Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Take Turns - Cryptomnesia Crept - 2016



"Stormingly good... flips between full-on slacker-pop and heartfelt indie with each passing hook" GoldFlakePaint

"(Their) Animal Fat EP is a full-throttle psychedelic thrum from the Pavement school of alt-rock." NME

"The excellent melody and eccentric, swaggering vocal quirks of ‘Finisher’s Medals’ set the bar for the EP’s level of quality" Raw Meat


Take Turns are four guys from Leeds who play fuzzy songs in the spirit of an indie-rock golden age; big choruses, noise, probably a few too many solos. They've supported Alex G, Merchandise and Tacocat, and have appeared at Live at Leeds twice. Their debut album Cryptomnesia Crept was recorded to tape at Greenmount (Pulled Apart by Horses, The Cribs, Vaccines) and mastered by Carl Saff (Guided by Voices, Dinosaur Jr.).

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