With beastly hooks and drive, feet will stamp and heads will roll. Eleven glorious garage rock minutes, a small taster of Love Buzzard, and it hurts. But it's such a good hurt.
The EP opens with ‘Passion’ and the single, ‘Give it Some Range’, a heavier and faster Death From Above 1979. It's sweet and it's foul, a filthy mess of energy. Simple, catchy songs fuelled with ridiculousness and venom. As the opening tracks may lead you to worry that Love Buzzard are a one trick pony ‘Heaven's Got An Electric Fence’ drives in with this sexy old-school vibe, crafted out of chunky guitar and a direct, beautifully paced rhythm; it's impossible not to flail your limbs to it. More complete as a song, yet retaining all the lunacy that seems to fall so easily to Love Buzzard.
Few bands are so adequately summed up by their choice of cover art. Wild, obscure, mad... I could keep recycling synonyms for shits and giggles, but I’d rather you just listened to the EP - you won’t stop dancing along throughout. Love Buzzard are cocaine-joy, yet still grasp your attention with this strange sensation that each song may be deeper than you're so ingeniously led to believe. As the songs implode after barely two minutes, Love Buzzard make no pretences as to what they are, a primal, low-fi, fuzz enthused, flaming erection for the ears.