by  • March 3, 2017 • Uncategorized

    Thanks to The Rock Club for reviewing “Shake Off Your Troubles”.
    Read the review online HERE or by scrolling below.

    The Little Kicks – Shake Off Your Troubles

    A sweet third album from The Little Kicks. A dreamy indie soundtrack as we start to come out of winter and think of the summer sun

    Ten tracks that flow nicely, the opening ‘Theme’ is wide screen reverb guitars. ‘Sing About Something Real’ that follows, has punchy indie guitar and keyboard and flows beautifully,

    ‘Don’t Get Mad, Get Even’ goes into Keane/Coldplay territory, a sweet song and just like ‘Let’s Get Lost Together’ festival fields this summer could do worse than ring out to this band. At the moment their website does not show any dates outside of Scotland …. So festival promoters, look up these guys!

    The band hail from Aberdeen but wrote the songs for this album in a lodge by Loch Ness then recorded in Edinburgh and then mastered at Abbey Road.

    Lead singer Steven Milne said “This new album is a collection of songs that means a lot to me and I feel it reflects a massive increase in both my own and the band’s confidence and abilities. There have been ups and downs personally since we last released music but I’m happy to say that on the whole we have grown to be more proud of what we do and to be less reticent to shout about it and our music. The themes of the record would be a feeling of happiness, gratitude and to be thankful with what you have and not take things for granted”.

    The record is a joy, it is a pure, no worries, indie joy to be precise. A roof down on the car type of record.