Fun, flamboyant and wearing the best 70s fashion you could ever behold. Cardiff’s very own Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard have strutted their way through 2020, with a string of singles in tow. The grand finale is the welcomed release of their highly anticipated The Non-Stop EP.
Culminated over several years. The Non-Stop EP is the epitome of Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard. Containing classics from their colourful catalogue, that date back to their formation. Taking time and effort to carefully curate this EP, has undoubtedly been worthwhile. Spellbindingly professional, without curbing any of that wonderful spirit and energy that Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard are so cherished for. Songs fans have adored at shows, are now presented in a glistening new light. Meaning that we will all be doing the Double Denim Hop around our living rooms before we know it.
Keeping old classics company on the EP, are numerous brand-new singles, such as What Is Hate? and Sugarloaf Mountain Crucify Me. Charged with as much exuberant energy as I had dreamed. Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard have blazed through with guitar-driven anthems, fuelled by lyrics equally as passionate from lead singer-songwriter Tom Rees. Creativity has spanned from politics and history, to love and life. With a sound so unique and exciting, their musical capabilities seem endless.
There is no denying that asides from being in the same room as them; every morsel of Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard’s chaotic brilliance is encapsulated within this EP. Late Night City can be turned up loud for a dance, or we can have a little cry to Long Day/Free Day. With a whopping ten tracks in total to listen to, this extended play is nothing shy of album quality.