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The Perms supply sugar rush with new EP

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Winnipeg punk pop trio The Perms have returned with their sixth recording — a sugary sweet new EP called ‘The Aberdeen Ep’
 It is pretty sweet.

It is four tracks of of addictive catchy pop tinged punk music.

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The title track is more straight ahead pop punk.

 The first track ‘It’s Mania’ sounds like Buzzcocks’ style British punk pop with a touch of new wave. There are and catchy guitars and some excellent vocal harmonies, especially on the ‘whoah whoa’ chorus.

The most addictive of a real ear worm of a CD is ‘Parent Thing,’ which features more of those whoah whoah chorus and enough sweet guitar to glaze a chocolate cake with.

The CD ends with ‘Walk Away,” which is more  of a contemporary sounding  alt rock tune with just a touch  of ’90s pop punk tune. but which also has some sweet guitar solos.

— By Richard Amery, L.A Beat Editor
CD: The Aberdeen EP
Band: The Perms
Genre: pop/punk
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