It’s a fitting name for Thomas Function’s first full length, which follows a string of well-regarded 7-inch singles. Who releases 7-inch singles anymore, you ask? One listen to this band and it makes sense.

This Alabama quartet, who clearly snubs their nose at modern advances, has cultivated a romping batch of garage-rock party songs that bring to mind drunken summer hooligan antics. With a sound that harkens back to the ’70s, their creations are stompy, bright and energetic with detectable traces of glam, blues, ’60s R&B and punk.

They’ve even garnered many a comparison to Television thanks to Joshua Macero’s vocals, which squeal and sneer in opposition to the lazy southern drawl that might be expected.

Grade: A-

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