We at Alt-Corner have our hands-on Brighton rockers, Fine Creatures debut EP, Eletric La La Land. These four friends use influences of grunge, psychedelia and pop to form their blueprint of melodic hope.
The Brit-rockers start Electric La La Land with Money, a fuzzed out distorted guitar riffs with indie vocals, “I Want your money la la la la laaaa” James Hall’s distinct verse accompanies Malte Henning riffs. A sense of Stone Roses at the beginning of Get Up showing Fine Creatures’ vocal swagger with Jack Bazzani drum beat leads to a pop track scenario.
The Brighton guys carry on the indie style as Settle Down hits us with a Kasabian influenced beat by Finn Hodgson’s bassline. Single release Panthers is the highlight of the EP, as Henning and Hall provide harder exteriors with rock-solid melodies.
Completing their debut EP with Birthday Cake continues with energetic riffs and a high tempo beat keeping James Hall’s vocals on point. Electric La La Land is for fans of You Me at Six or Kasabian and if you like a vocal to sing to while rocking out to a riff these guys will be your bag.