As soon as they hit that chorus the walls around you begin to crumble as they bark "we all bleed the same", just at the moment when your ears actually start to bleed, but this is likely down to me being determined to listen to this song at full volume through headphones and no real health warning should be issued. This is a visceral and riotous blast of noise though, and one that may surprise fans of the previous track. Also, it begs the question of what Cassels are really about. Do they have a style? Or will they just drift wherever the music takes them? It could be an intriguing journey. Oh, and with a title like 'Our Faces On A Screen' the accompanying video should pretty much sort itself out, right? Maybe with a director adding some kind of twist at the end? In the world of Cassels it's seeming more and more as though we should expect the unexpected, so we congratulate them on the year's best video so far, and one that might not be beaten. If you've watched that film of Noel Gallagher slagging-off all the old Oasis videos (fan or not, it's piss funny), then you'll probably find the timing of this absolutely perfect.
Catch them live:
Old Blue Last, 4th February - FREE ENTRY
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