Furious British power-pop generates sparks with debut album
“This is a very impressive, ambitious debut.” (Q Magazine****)
“Right now you need to embrace this band. Because every revolution needs its heroes!” (Alternative Press****)
“This impressive debut from the Yorkshire band is bursting with ideas, huge choruses, melodic hooks and melodies.” (The Guardian****)
Marmozets' furious, melodious power-pop has clearly generated sparks in homeland Great Britain, and their debut ‘The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets’ (Roadrunner Records) has been hailed as the perfect soundtrack for the doubts and worries preoccupying young British millennials. The five spring-chickens (the MacIntyre brothers and sister/leading lady vs the Bottomley brothers) present a distinctive blend of post-punk, pop-rock, post-hardcore and mathcore with a fantastic feeling for melody. Aggressive, hard, energetic and hyper-infectious!
“Much of the album sounds like what At the Drive-In would have sounded like if they were British” wrote a British reviewer about Marmozets, but we'll stick to a deliciously explosive mishmash of Biffy Clyro, Billy Talent, Paramore and even The Dillinger Escape Plan!