Single review: Book Klub – Life of Me

When a band is labelled ‘post-punk’, you immediately have a strong idea of how they’re going to sound. But the only thing that matters is whether they sound good. Book Klub fit the bill, and on ‘Life Of Me’, they sound like miserable gits, which is just the way we love these acts.

The song switches it up regularly, swerving from clean and moody to throttled verve and swerve, and it’s a good marker for more.

‘Life of Me’ is out now on Disobedient Records



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