Here at Tantrum HQ we were lucky enough to get our hands on Outside, the newest Tapes 'n Tapes album - and if you're not jealous, you should be by the end of this...
Described by NME as 'a Coral-esque riot of rattle and bang,' the third album from the band is bigger and better than ever. Tapes 'n Tapes seem to have a talent for catchy, guitar driven music - and how could you ask for anything better?
First single Freak Out is probably the song on the album most fitting the NME comparison to The Coral, with sweet riffs and lyrics that leave you dying to know the story behind the song. SWM is another favourite, along with One In The World, which, if we were in charge of the world, would be played in every club in the country instead of what's in the charts.
Official video for single Freak Out (above)
The best description we can come up with is 'Conor Oberst and Johnny Borrell's teenage lovechild,' which might not make it as a catchphrase, but if you listen to the album we bet you'll understand - and love it just as much as we do.