The English funk-rock quintet The Fleas released the LP Square Peg on the 9th.
An eclectic bakers dozen album (available on their website) which keeps the listener invested to discover what is coming next as The Fleas, appropriately, use the LP to showcase their breadth of influences and styles.
The ninth song is OK Hello.
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The English funk-groove quintet The Fleas release the single Can’t Give My Love Away on the 8th of December.
Scattering rose petals across the floor, in their latest reveal, The Fleas take their creativity to another different path of travel from previous journeys.
The ambrosial perfumes invite the audience to tarry as the listener discovers the soft underfoot is a journey in which to sink their feet in warming pleasure while the verdant textures massage between the toes, settled by the trumpet which shimmy’s through the room with the off-beat percussion and bass finding the hips dipping to the knees whilst guitar lays a quiet steadying hand on the shoulder and the combinations of harmonised vocals luxuriantly stretching overhead. Other than play it again immediately, I have no other thoughts.
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The Fleas is an alt-rock quintet from England.
Taking a listen through their back catalogue, The Fleas normally deliver music of fairly pacey temper, with a sense of classic rock’n’roll winding through the threads of sound. Making their latest track Solstice Sky something of a surprise – one to enjoy too – as they wander away from their more normal fare with a leisurely measured jazz and ’60s brit-blues rooted number in which they allow themselves to explore some new ideas.
The listener finds themselves caught with reminders of Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen sitting astride The Troggs whilst reminiscing of warm evenings around a beach bonfire.
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