Review: The History Of Apple Pie, The Bodega
Their name trumps the eccentricity of a boozed-up chinwag between Willy Wonka and Oscar Wilde.
They star-jump and hopscotch around the stage energetically – leading lively followers on a merry, spirited frolic.
The History Of Apple Pie has so many surreal edges that it would put a Tetris-playing hexagon to shame.
Every chord is blessed with more colour than Jamiroquai fans standing on a Pride float, juggling Rubik's cubes under the rainbow bunting.You're So Cool descends from the clouds carrying a collage of soft, spongy love. An ornate tapestry woven with lyrical liquorice – broodily nurtured into a crowd-pleaser which gurgles and giggles in its playpen.
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Artists nationwide are hell bent on chucking puerile debris into swirling, cash-rich cyclones of depression – so it's exciting to see regret, pain and betrayal muscled out by fluttering butterflies.
This disco is kindling an affectionate revolution, but through a maypole-twisting, prayer circle mentality. Graffiti-stained tent settlements aren't really their thing.
Mallory pines for a world which isn't made up of dainty little lunch-boxes, containing melodious morsels intended for one meal-time fix. It endorses a sumptuous stir-fry of human noodles, wrapped together to give our lives punchy, aromatic flavour.
This band has enough power and precision in its pocket to land a beachball on the moon – but those gifts must be handled carefully before the inflatable can find peace on sandy shores of endurance.
Still, whether you're a Lord, layabout, lollipop lady or lighthouse keeper, this fizzing pop-rock has something bubbly to soak your feet in.