Thank trade in groovily abrasive riffs, burbling synths, disco-punk drum patterns and high level ranter vocals that might prove a dealbreaker with some listeners. They're Leeds DIY scene stalwarts, and share an acidic sense of humour with many of their contemporaries such as Blacklisters and Super Luxury, but add stomach churning sonics from elsewhere than the guitar to the mix.

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