Those Handsome Animals

London quartet, Those Handsome Animals only formed in 2014, recently dropping debut EP, Hits, they've seen a sharp rise in attention, gaining airplay on BBC Introducing.

Paying homage to idols such as Thin Lizzy and The Cars, Hits certainly picks out the very best bits in musical history, reworking to create a zesty, indie-punk sound.

Indulgent solos and deep bass grooves, first track, Doing Fine offers up a harmonising set of vocals combined with a rattling beat and cheeky lyricism.


Chords reminiscent of, The Boys Are Back in Town, with infectious chanting of “I don’t think you’re a right fit for the city”, other notable tracks such as Right For The City give the EP a respectable ideology, again respecting some of Britain's sweetest musicians.

An envious track-listing, Hits is an intelligent debut, seamlessly travelling throughout the ages, generating a sound which can only get bigger.


Words Siobhan Corcoran 

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