Hot on the heels of Your Awful Kids, electro indie rockers What Would Jesus Drive are kicking off 2011 with another rip roaring EP - Fragile Mansions. Hot on the heels of Your Awful Kids, electro indie rockers What Would Jesus Drive are kicking off 2011 with another rip roaring EP – Fragile Mansions. Having played along side bands such as Dirty Pretty Things and The Drums, as well as being one of the favourites on the Introducing stage at Radio One’s Big Weekend, they’re now making a dent in the festival circuit in 2011 as well as undertaking a UK and European tour in support of the EP. Their debut album, Black and Blue, was also recently released in March 2011 and can be found at BandCamp and other digital outlets.
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Fragile Mansions EP (free). Your Awful Kids EP (free). The Girls are in Charge EP (free). Contact What Would Jesus Drive. Streaming and Download help. Shipping and returns. If you like What Would Jesus Drive, you may also like: Girl (EP) by ISLAND. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Oct 27, 2015. The Moral Crossing by AUTOBAHN.
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The album mixes high-octane electro indie punk with beautifully crafted indie rock songs, and sprinkles witty dark observational lyrics over the top to deliver a strong, loud, kick arse album. Black and Blue is preceded by the two EPs: The Girls are in Charge and Fragile Mansions, with the haunting This Skeleton EP following, and it is the culmination of Tim Box (Guitar/Vox) and Aimee Casey's (Bass/Vox) musical.
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Fragile is the fourth studio album by English progressive rock band Yes, released in November 1971 by Atlantic Records. Following the success of their tour to support their previous album, The Yes Album (1971), the band regrouped in London to work on a follow-up. Early into the sessions, keyboardist Tony Kaye was fired over his reluctance to learn more synthesisers and was replaced with Rick Wakeman of the Strawbs, whose experience with a wider range of keyboards expanded the group's sound.
What Would Jesus Drive? Fragile Mansions. Last played on. EastEnders. What Would Jesus Drive? The Girls Are In Charge (live at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend).
There’s an almost strategic familiarity to this EP. A spunky, electric affair, filled with youthful energy and rebellious jibes, its heavily accented vocals slot it firmly into a tried and tested formula of e indie rock that comes with a pre-packaged audience, for whom this should be a delight. Yet, for something that sounds – to my ears – quite simplistic and straightforward, its undemanding, colourful patterns are quite enjoyable.
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