There's been many invasions in the world of rock'n'roll, but none more powerful than the British. Like the Micks, Rods and Gallagher Brothers before them, U.K. outfit The Coral (by way of suburban Liverpool) unleashes flawless roots-filled rock, heavy on the hooks that stick inside your gut. "Who's Gonna Find Me," featured on their fourth studio effort Roots and Echoes, is a eclectic blend of pervasive psychedelic guitar, classic Troggs-style drumming and multi-member harmonies that makes one wanna slip on a mini dress and bite into a hot sausage. "Who's gonna find me / Tell me where I can go / Who's gonna find me/Searching, alone," growls frontman James Skelly in classic deep throttling fashion, leaving sizzling patches of guitar wails in his wake. The Animals couldn't have said it better themselves -- and they didn't even have a GPS system. The digital-only version of Roots and Echoes reverberates now via Columbia/Red Ink.
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