Sunday July 12, 2020

Albums of the week

28th May, 2017

The Coronas; Trust The Wire (Warners)

You can’t fault The Coronas for persistence. For the past ten years, Danny O’Reilly and his bandmates have industriously released albums to substantial public acclaim but without much love from the critics. For at least three records (2007’s debut Heroes Or Ghosts, 2009’s Tony Was An Ex-Con and 2011’s Closer To You) it seemed as if the band were rehearsing in public, their songs an uncooked, bland...

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