For 435 seconds Kew spews frustration at us and it's totally glorious. The days we want to shout at the world, throw out our worldly possession and tell every living soul we know to fuck off, comes tumbling out, fast and ferocious. It's whip smart and comes at you fast, so listen up, loud. When you're feel bored or alone and apprehensive about the state of things this is the album to play, even if it's the briefest moment of relief.
The Grey Estates