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UK Music Search Reviews 'Just Like I Got Used To Saying Courtney Cox Arquette'

"The illegitimate lovechild of Rites Of Spring, At The Drive-In and Britney Spears"

With riffs sharper than your average samurai sword and all the pent up energy of a 7 year old force fed E numbers and sugar then locked in his room for three hours, Fickle Public are the illegitimate lovechild of Rites Of Spring, At The Drive-In and Britney Spears - throwing angular post hardcore shapes to a soundtrack of pop perfection.

'Just Like I Got Used To Saying Courtney Cox Arquette', brims with a messy indie rock glory - jagged guitar riffs threaten to jab you in the eye while singer Alan Ferguson rages like a Tasmanian devil on speed suddenly erupting into spasms of punk rage with all the warning of a violent high speed car crash.

Brutal, jagged and effortlessly cool - Fickle Public hit you like a brick in the face and a lightning bolt in your ass both at the same time, 'Just Like I Got Used To Saying Courtney Cox Arquette' representing two and a half minutes of angular post hardcore perfection.

- Mike Bond, UK Music Search