Title track Never Kill Yourself also serves as the opening track. Admittedly this song is a bit repetitive, but at only two minutes long, this doesn’t really matter as it serves as a great opener.
Appropriately-titled Get Out Of My Head follows, which is a song that can get stuck in your head for hours on end. It’s definitely a catchy one and the best of the EP. The simple introduction works well before leading into a ‘fuller’ sound and I really loved the abrupt ending to the song. I was particularly impressed with the high note reached by singer Joe!
Government To Be keeps the momentum going. I really like the lyrics for this one and it’s a fast-paced little number, sounding like a track that will definitely go down well live in front of a huge crowd. I also got a little bit of a Rancid vibe from this track, which can never be a bad thing!
Final track Macho Man weighs in at just over one and a half minutes, meaning it was practically over just as soon as it had begun, but there was a lot fitted into such a short duration! It seemed to incorporate sounds from the other three tracks and was a great close to the EP.
Check this band out, you won’t be disappointed.
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