On its latest EP, which is a folloup to 2010's Silver, Eternal Summers being four new tracks into their discography, embracing the sounds of twee and fem-powered post-punk acts the UK was churning out in the late 70s and early 80s. Though not every track here hit me hard, there are a couple nice numbers on here that are worth remembering. I'll definitely be looking forward to what this group does in the future. Is this EP for you? Find out in this review.
Review: Eternal Summers- Prisoner EP