[dropcap]L[/dropcap]eicester duo Lusts, who are comprised of siblings Andy and James Stone—have a sound lost in the hazy reverb of the late 80’s and early 90s.  Their music is a bit reminiscent of  Jesus and The Mary Chain, Echo and the Bunnymen, and Ride coaxed into a delirious three way. If this were 25 years ago, they would have to have been signed to Creation Records!  I mean Alan McGee kinda had a fetish for signing brothers, didn’t he?  Be sure to check out their new video for  “Mouthwash”

“Mouthwash is a song that is reflective of mortality, unfaithful relationships and lost introverted thoughts. We like the idea of creating something that on the surface feels upbeat and uplifting, but is paralleled lyrically with darker feelings, it’s got an undercurrent, and represents how something you wouldn’t expect can be a trigger for nostalgia, memories or fears. With the video we wanted to try and find a visual way of showing this, and letting yourself go rather than letting the feelings control you.”

Listen to more songs from the brothers via Soundcloud.


h/t to Gigwise


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