Gerling

Gerling

"4"
( UK import)

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Gerling

http://www.gerling.net.au/


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Gerling

"Bad Blood!!!"
(US import / UK import / Domestic)

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      "Time to take a ride...Time to take in a midnight eye." Well, certainly not in the backside here as in the ever so lovely Thurston Moore-lunged "Dirty Boots," but Gerling ARE a triumvirate giving a needed enema of relishing liberation of growing changes within their aptly titled '4' release.

      Legendary backpack associations intact, Darren Cross (vocals, guitar), Burke Reid (vocals, guitar) and Paul 'Presser' Towner (drums) are trekking about again and beautifully full on. "Good Timing" marches in a strong, emboldening ascendance of reassurance from a clock resetting within, giving you guidance to train and live by. Keeping that empowering cadence vein, "Turning The Screws" pulses and races in sheer radiant acknowledging defiance. You'll echo its chorus amidst its catchy jangling. "Gator" drills away to get you in deeper and deeper into a South Pacific holiday in the breezy, rollicking dreamy release that's "Auf Wiedersehn." Not playing games, the digging acceleration "When The Night Comes?" demands a clarity you'll find instantly.

      As in any sojourn, this creative production in humanity covers the bases. The jaunting reflective "Im doing OK" stumbles about as life itself, still giving hope through its harmonious dissonance. "Spanish Sea" harnesses the trio swaying to and fro its road tripping bender. The escaping "Getaway Car" has you hollering in its chorus. The tightly twin vocally hewn "Soiree" rises and falls in its rumbling majesty. "Back On The Freeway" is a raw, bittersweet tale. "Money (Space Jam)" closes matters in a percussive perseverance that embodies these 3 scruffy inquisitive exploratory lads in prose and music. As they say, "Don't even think about it." Starting again has never been more fun in this emboldening ride. Good reason to raise one's glass.



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