From national treasures, The Bevis Frond, Little Eden is a psychedelically-hewn panoramic take on brutalism Britain punctuated with pure pop melodies and beautifully-observed English melancholy.
“A mix of bittersweet, punk-edged pop, gnarly guitar vamps à la J Mascis, and 60’s-style psych rock, such self-reflection is twinned with a rueful survey of the current state of the nation.” Uncut
“A honed set of crafted songs and short-fused acid/garage rock explosions”
“Imbued with a feeling of utopian dreams crashing into the reality of a deeply divided Britain”
“Their 25th album certainly holds up beside their best”
“A roaring, raging triumphant double album”
“Some of the best music of his career”