Boston Manor's third full-length, "Glue," is the sound of a band questioning the state of the world around them. Inevitably, in a critical examination of the modern world, it comes from a dark place, but one that fuelled the five-piece to create a body of work that elevates their craft further than ever before. Its 13 highly-charged songs came out of a process that singer Henry Cox describes as "very chaotic," but the result is a truly ferocious album - one that both draws and moves on from what they've done in the past, incorporating the gloomy atmospherics of 2018's "Welcome To The Neighbourhood" with the highly-charged yet melodic punk of 2016's debut "Be Nothing." Now available on CD.
1. Everything Is Ordinary 2. 1's & 0's 3. Plasticine Dreams 4. Terrible Love 5. On A High Ledge 6. Only1 7. You, Me & The Class War 8. Playing God 9. Brand New Kids 10. Ratking 11. Stuck In The Mud 12. Liquid 13. Monolith