That’s right – it’s time for another dose of addictive power pop / punk from The Radiohearts.

Their self-described hybrid of Elvis Costello, The Jam, and the Buzzcocks is spot on and their sounds is smooth, authentic, and alluring.

On these four new tracks, the band could easily pass for some forgotten sensation of first wave U.K. punk. But while these influences are palpable, Radiohearts don't sound like they're trying too hard to be those bands. They have their own sound, and their song writing is clearly informed by power pop but still unmistakably in the corner of '77 punk with buzzing guitars, meaty bass lines, and hooks that just can't be denied.

If you believe in the eternal glory of the sound of '77 this is an essential 7”!

There are 2 versions of this 7”. The regular edition is the halftone sleeve and the limited edition (100 only) is the full-colour cover that is printed on transparent acetate. E-mail us at if you want a limited version as they cost more and once they’s gone, they’s gone.

Tracks: Tell You / So Low / My Heart Has An Obituary / Who Are You?

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