So to the music and this is a promising debut. “Black Interceptor” kick-starts in a flurry of feedback and hits fifth gear comfortably, on the back of some distorted guitars and a chunky feel. It’s a car song. Flip the disc and “Bee-Music” is a sharp guitar instrumental overlaid with a two-part vocal harmony and propelled by a chugging rhythm. A spikey Tone Changer guitar solo backs up the band’s citing of Wire as an influence. You could drive your muscle car to this one, too. 

There’s more recordings in the can so an album should be in the offing. Get your kicks on Route 66 and your copy via the band’s Facebook shop.