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It’s hard to believe that Balance The Light is Dropkick’s 14th album. The East Coast Scots certainly don’t sound (or look) like grizzled veterans of the rock’n’roll world while the album is as fresh as a daisy and brimming with energy. Over the course of 16 years they’ve gathered a well deserved reputation as purveyors of power pop and sunny jangled country tinged rock, an idiom that we rain sodden Scots seem to do well in (see Teenage Fanclub, Daniel Wylie, Attic Lights) while they are, to paraphrase Tom Waits, “big in Spain.”
320 kbps|108 MB| UL | OB | TB | BF Hailing from the east of Scotland, Dropkick have drawn on influences such as Wilco, Tom Petty and The Everly Brothers to produce their own blend of harmony-driven alt-county powerpop.
m4a 256 kbps | 71 MB | UL |