Revolutionary driving! Bring it on.
Some might call Sunhumble rock and roll semiologists for arriving at a mythic description of 2008's Punk Zeitgeist with their version of Kill the Poor. The ability to fuse the raw power of The Stooges with the melodic sensibilities of the Pixies while exploring a sound-scape grasped ... Read Morefrom the claws of Hendrix and thrown into a blender with Debbie Gibson only to be spat out into the eyes of Lemmy, would suggest that The 'Humble have surely paved the way for a new sonic revolution. While their live set appeared to be too challenging for the majority of a dumbstruck and quickly absent audience it is perhaps too soon to predict the past with a view to future domination at present based on the evolving Kettlesing layby music scene, but one thing is for sure, Sunhumble are there to stay and no god damn sheep are going to stop them. Despite a set hampered by a flat car battery and a puddle that threatened to swallow his emo entirety, the bass player, the lyrical vision of the lead singer along with the momentous and innovative rhythm section at times threatened to literally rock the ray domes (they really don't like it) from their footings and Rock n Roll ito Harrogate itself. The weather, attempting to be as threatening as the music, provided a slate grey... Read More backdrop to a day that surely saw the parameters and, in the process the scope, of Punk redefined.
God Bless Sunhumble and God Bless the US of A.