Bristling with jangly guitars, electronic beats and optimistic vocals, this is a classic pop record in waiting.
Francisco has an air of early Stone Roses about it, with singer Austin Williams’ sweet voice making us all weak at the knees.
On King City, the band deliver a rousing chorus backed by driving verses which marry together in a perfect pop song template.
The Sea is yet more of the same – a song full of ‘woo ooh’ backing vocals and handclaps, which combine effortlessly with more of those gorgeous guitars and Williams’ melodies.
If you’ve ever fallen in love with music by the likes of Vampire Weekend, Suede, Arcade Fire or Camera Obscura, you’re going to love this.