Every now and again you discover that certain type of English band so blissfully rocking that you start wondering if you’re paying enough attention to British music. Fighting Fiction are exactly that. Formed in Bath and relocated to Brighton, they’ve released an ambitious debut album. On songs like ‘No Room At The Inn’ and ‘The Cost Of Loving’, Fighting Fiction mix punk rock, reggae and acoustic folk-rock to create an honest, accessible charm. Layered with pop sensibilities and an undertone hinting at eclectic tastes, the self-titled full-length has a personal touch that is, above all, refreshing.