Hedrons, The - album review
One More Won’t Kill Us (Measured Records)
Impressive influences do not a great band make . . . Towers of London alone are proof of that. This lot could teach them a thing or two, however, as, although they clearly worship at the alters of Hole, Blondie, Joan Jett and Ramones, the all-girl Glasgow foursome have taken their idols’ best bits and injected them with an attitude and style that is completely their own. Each punchy track on One More Won’t Kill Us is rough and readily produced and all the better for it as scratchy riffs, thundering drums and raspy vocals collide to form an infectious debut release that is oodles of fun from start to finish.