Thursday, June 09, 2005
I had Mew's UK debut Frengers down as the album of 2003 - near enough ignored by most, it had a power and emotion that few have matched before or since. They're about to return with a new single called Apocalypso (streaming Windows Media), which sounds much like Mew produced by someone who's worked with Soundgarden, Marilyn Manson, Korn, Chilli Peppers, Hole and Soul Asylum (and Herbie Hancock) would, largely because it's Michael Beinhorn at the controls. They aren't really calling the album The Saviours Of Jazzballet, are they?
Posted by Simon at 8:01 pm