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Mail music : CLEM SNIDE King Tut's, Glasgow, September 17 #####.

Byline: MIKE RITCHIE

This US four-piece play alternative country sweetly mixed with indie pop/rock - a hybrid showcased to perfection on cracking album End of Love.

Frontman Eef Barzelay writes gloriously touching, amusing lyrics. Long Lost Twin opened, then the brilliant Jews For Jesus Blues competed with the swooning Fill Me With Your Light for best track of the show.

The Sound Of German Hip Hop, a cover of Talking Heads' Heaven and the solemn Collapse stood out on a night when the band weren't their best. Despite a jaded feel they're still easily one of the best bands recording today.
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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Sep 25, 2005
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