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Album Review: Greenthief - Tremors

31 May 2016 | 2:19 pm | Carley Hall

"You can't help but wonder what might have happened if they'd pushed the envelope a little more."

Melbourne trio Greenthief dip another psychedelic toe into some flamboyant psych-rock with second album Tremors.

While there are some notable standouts, you can't help but wonder what might have happened if they'd pushed the envelope a little more. Single Escape has the high pitched vocals and swaggering guitars to please, and there's a neat offbeat in All I Need, intense, angular guitar bends in The Golden Lamp, and a fuzzy, reverb-filled downshift in Plastic Sword, but surrounding noodly tracks like Shrinks, Ship To Nowhere and more could have shaken things a bit a more.