The Poulsons | Fire 'n' Fear

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Fire 'n' Fear

by The Poulsons

Raw, Aggressive, Punky, Grungy and cool
Genre: Metal/Punk: Post-Punk
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1. Darker Dreams
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2. Motorman
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3. Germiston
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4. Fire 'n' Fear
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5. Find Yourself
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6. Now What
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7. Shake the Fear
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8. Pyscobily
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9. Cumby
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10. So
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11. Lucky
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THE POULSONS are a punk band with an alternative and very explicit underground appeal to their sound.The guitar driven shoegaze style meets well and has a hard edge that sits well with the raw aspects on show.THE POULSONS are a bit punk,a bit grunge, a lot cool!!


Review-emergingindiebands.com, Tim-
On hitting play I am somewhat reminded of that smear left on a page after erasing pencil as the blurred sounds weft their way around the room. Combining a range on influences The Poulsons have something of a resonance of Hawkind for the ’10s. Able musicians submerge their playing, which is a hive of activity, into the mixing desk and emerge with an agglomeration of sounds which entice the listener to become ever more involved.

Regardless of which way you turn any the knobs on your amplifier the vocal will ever remain subsumed in the out-put whilst surrounding it are instruments that twist and turn their way into engaging shapes of social commentary and stark isolation. The tracks are addictive and you just never want them to end though they do, with startling suddenness, sometimes in mid-chord.

Just over a year into their existence The Poulsons have released a debut eleven track LP Fire ‘n’ Fear, which is a worthy addition to the collection.

I look forward to hearing more of the band, who have developed an iconic and immediately distinctive sound.

-"The Poulsons from Leeds in England is the alt-rock quintet of Jayz, Clint, Gizmo, Dylus and Fredrick."


Review: uandimusicagency.com-They are a band with an alternative and very explicit underground appeal to their sound. The guitar driven/shoegazer style meets well and has a hard edge that sits well with the raw aspects on show.


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