Dutch punks Mozes and the Firstborn laid an excellently simmering album of ’90s tilted power pop on us last year and preceded it with the fizzing Power Ranger EP. They add another bookend to the album with the subsequent Marrianne EP out this week. The title track is another dose of hook-heavy ennui, something the band have seemed to perfect within the last year, but its not the only track holding its own on the release. The EP sports four new tracks with no overlap on the album, and they all seem like they’re more than b-side hand-offs. The EP drops a nice coda onto their stellar 2016 and its posted at a wallet friendly price to boot. It was a crowded field for sure last year, and I feel like that may have left the band’s album somewhat overlooked. Its not too late to head back and get acquainted.
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