Lively debut from British post-rockers
Too many young bands come out of their bedrooms before they’re ready. No such accusation can be levelled at Nottingham quartet Finlay. It’s three years since their first single, and since then they’ve been crafting a debut of clever, spiky lo-fi post-rock on which the influence of late period Damon Albarn, early Mogwai, Lou Barlow and Pavement is clear. Yes, Finlay, you can come out now. It sounds like you’re just about ready.