Sunday February 23, 2020

Album Review

17th March, 2019


The Modern Age (Gorsky Records)

There are some bands who break up far too soon, leaving an aching fanbase and a sense of unfinished business. Since they hung up their guitars in 1998, Britpoppers Sleeper probably weren’t on too many reunion wishlists, however. The band claim they never intended picking up their instruments again; singer Louise Wener turned into a reasonably successful novelist, while guitarist John Stewart and drummer Andy Maclure both became lecturers...

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