Trinidad and Tobago
Charging punk pushes then barges and is downright rude in the face of garage/blues rock, as the Trinidad & Tobago formed renegades of jointpop, grabs hold of the ballsy spirit and slight reggae leanings of The Clash.
They ruggedly weld together a gnarly snippet of self belief spewing, retro licking, ‘Please Don’t Tell My In-laws (I’m An Outlaw)'.
70’s bemusement spews out of the slow churning, funk rocking ‘Monday Morning Love Situation’. The vocals take more... a lean towards the direction of Jake Burns, bemusement and anarchy are flashed with quirky abandon.
Gary Hector displays enough vocal agility on this double A sided tempter, to unveil the undoubted potential of the expansive backing band that includes the almost hypnotic, rhythmic guitar touch of Damon Homer. Suggesting that jointpop can boldly tread back into the past and still retain a needed degree of freshness.