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Me And My Drummer are on a roll. This year out of nothing they emerged as a constant and seriously taken name, that transmits more and more far-reaching signals through the world. Shortly before the international release of their debut album "The Hawk, The Beak, The Prey" they could thrill London-based music/film/art/anything and everything collective Breton with their consequent draft of well-measured, arty dream pop. So they found further admirer and brothers in spirit.
Those have no need of any words. Breton are in everyone's lips with their highly praised debut album "Other People’s Problems" (FatCat). Plus they are constantly on the move. And somewhere between touring through the US and Europe they found the time: to uncover the cool aloofness of the original "Phobia" and pour it into the distinctive, crude and bristly Breton'esk soundscape. Here's the very appealing result.