The Manchester crew are back again following previous track Girlfriend, now with the dreamy guitar work of Lush.
If the gaps between the releases of new material from Fears Chella is anything to follow, then their next track should hit sometime in April, which honestly may not be enough time to move on from Lush. Fears Chella’s indie rock/pop-punk mix now stands impressively tall, as Lush transforms the group from high-potential newcomers into undoubtedly, future stars. The ‘not-so-indie-not-so-punk’ style of Lush is an intoxicating rush of 00’s alternative music, bridging the gap between the two worlds at a time where alternative music was either about toothpaste or parades. Fears Chella’s consistent growth from track to track shows that releasing 3 tracks in a year and a half, is a much better idea to follow, rather than releasing a slew of sub-par songs to remain on the radar.