Album Review: Kevin Critchly Outfit

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If song titles like Scars and Abuse make you think you're about to be blasted with a bunch of emo-lite gibberish, you'll be in for quite a surprise.

From the blasting open of Desire through to the dreamy end of Tranquility there's plenty here to show KCO's versatility.

Take Sunshine, a song that's not so much ‘radio-friendly', more seducing it with a candlelight dinner whilst slipping a couple of Rohypnol in the Sangria.

Scars is leagues ahead of many other bands' debut efforts and with a few tweaks their ambitions can be given free rein and allows KCO to become something very special indeed.