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JAWS - Right In Front of Me

The foundations of something really quite special to come.
JAWS - Right In Front of Me
Published: 4:10 pm, September 28, 2016
The foundations of something really quite special to come.



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When JAWS claim ‘Right In Front Of Me’ - the first cut from second album ‘Simplicity’ - is influenced by New Order and DIIV, it’s easy to see what they’re getting at.

Open space and shoegazy vibes mix with a chaser of dark pop sensibilities. Smart, deceptive and engaging, they may have recorded the full-length quickly, but the thought that went into that snappy execution is obvious.

When coupled with last year’s preview ‘What We Haven’t Got Yet’, you’ve got the foundations of something really quite special to come.

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