There’s something strangely comforting about this debut album from Youth Killed It.
Like a throwback to a time when musicians didn’t take themselves so seriously, it sees the Norfolk natives satirising modern day culture and repackaging it for a new generation.
Razor-tongued wit and cheeky bravado clash with undeniably danceable licks to create songs that are as unique as they are utterly banterous.
This may not satisfy everybody, but even the most steely of listeners will crack a smile as the glorious silliness of ‘Fudge’ hits home.
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