The Sound Of Pop Art - Vol. 1
"A Cracking Album" - Paolo Hewitt
Cambridge’s T.S.O.P.A. update riffs and attitudes and pour sunny harmonies all over them. Influenced by The Beach Boys and The Kinks. Tony Jenkins sings of shopping centres and high street girls.
Visions Of You and Let’s Make Love in London add a dash of Syd Barrett, David Bowie whimsy.
Infectiously enthusiastic, this is classic boho pop: plenty invigorating.
**** UnCut Magazine - Chris Roberts
A minor masterpiece, an album which condenses everything about the summer into a dozen beautifully realised and superbly evocative songs that combine all that's good about proper pop music. Managing to be simultaneously retro and contemporary, these timeless slices of sunshine combine killer hooks, insidious lyrics and superb choruses.
R2 Magazine - Dave Halsam