You can tell upon first listen that St. Pierre are saying something important with their debut full-length.
No strangers to live, tour and compilation releases, this one compiles a handful of stripped-back live tracks, with a tantalising number of b-sides and other tidbits surrounding the album.
There’s not a patch of floor in sight and when Mac and co. finally emerge onstage the roar is like nothing I’ve ever heard.
As a band who’ve slowly sealed themselves as big-name headliners over the years, here is an album that simply must match the profile.
These are some of the songs we like to listen to with a drink in the hand and your pals by your side, I like to think that people enjoy our music in a similar way.
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