The Embrooks aren’t a lot a mod revival outfit — although that description would definitely do — like a freakbeat revival group, if that mini-genre could possibly be coined. Their audio is very much indeed 1966-centered, owing too much to the mod power pop audio from the Who and Who-type English acts of this time, in addition to some to Continental (especially Dutch) middle-’60s rings. There’s enough acoustic guitar distortion tinge with their rave-ups to be eligible for the freakbeat label: mod for the verge to become psychedelic, but keeping a hard acoustic guitar pop foundation. The trio was shaped in past due 1996 by bassist/vocalist Mole (ex-Mystreated/Stewed), guitarist/vocalist Alessandro Cozzi Lepri (ex-Head & the Hares), and drummer Lois Tozer. By 2000 that they had released two albums and four singles/EPs, making use of their American debut, Our New Day time, released by Voxx that yr.
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