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Dead Buttons - Some Kind of Youth
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£7.99

Dead Buttons

Some Kind of Youth

Baltic Records

Released: 21st April 2017 | 11 track garage rock revival album

Reviews

…fast, catchy, energetic, reckless and tongue-in-cheek straightforward garage rock, rockabilly and country blues in a terrific mix… great melodies and raw, rocking riffs... Definitely a band that is worth checking out for any rock fan.
- Mikkel Falk Moller, GAFFA.dk

Dead Buttons hooked their crowd in unlike anyone else I'd seen at the festival. Dead Buttons are accessible to all, taking a more international approach to the rock scene, and singing in English. It is maybe this more international styling that has audiences so hooked by them, they are a shining example of what the Korean Indie scene has to offer.
- Unitedkpop.com, Live review

It introduces a city sluggish with Beatles nostalgia to the likes of Dead Buttons with their Black Keys-esque dirty riffs and angsty blues-shot vocals.
- Silentradio UK, Live review Liverpool Sound City

"fast, catchy, energetic, reckless and tongue-in-cheek straightforward garage rock, rockabilly and country blues in a terrific mix… great melodies and raw, rocking riffs... Definitely a band that is worth checking out for any rock fan."
Mikkel Moller, Gaffa.DK
"Dead Buttons hooked their crowd in unlike anyone else I’d seen at the festival. Dead Buttons are accessible to all, taking a more international approach to the rock scene, and singing in English. It is maybe this more international styling that has audiences so hooked by them, they are a shining example of what the Korean Indie scene has to offer."
Live Review, United pop
"It introduces a city sluggish with Beatles nostalgia to the likes of Dead Buttons with their Black Keys-esque dirty riffs and angsty blues-shot vocals"
Live Review, Silentradio UK,
"Love this band and a great reaction to their live session"
John Kennedy, Radio X
"Great band and good to see them playing Radio X nights in London"
MIke Walsh, Head of Music Radio X
"Dead Buttons make an incredible sound throughout Some Kind Of Youth, those influences are on show on this record"
Album review, Thinking Lyrically
"Single 16-22 is a cracking slice of swaggering Backyard Babies style glam-punk and is a contender for my song of the year."
Pavils, Outline/ Norwich
"Infectious riffs. Your new favourite garage band? Maybe."
Mark Edwards, The Irish News
"This is a great album and the first one in ages to make us go “Whoooa!”"
Jerobear, Review Corner
"The biggest strength of the duo is their energy, which can be heard on the album and especially in a live setting. “Witch” still pushes the tempo and sounds bigger than the previous version giving more attention to Hong Jihyun‘s vocals"
Reviews, Asian Junkie