The fourth release from stolen recordings (after their fantastic label compilation) comes in the form of this second mini cd from pete and the pirates. each song on this ep has one thing in common: it can't decide whether it should be brash or lush, which...
It can't decide whether it should be brash or lush, which gives most-excellent dynamics. EP opener 'Come On Feet' continually swaps between bright, clean guitars and the almost faltering english, Shins' esque vocals to fuzzy guitars, fuzzy thumping drums...Rough Trade
....From the spunky 2005 debut 'get even' to the recent EP 'Wait Stop Begin' with stand out numbers including the heavy bare bone rhythms of come on feet and the whimsical romance of think twice. On record and on stage, they're a tuneful mishmash of guitar...The Metro
....Short, odd and full of winsome little gems, like the appropriatley named 'she does'nt belong. If the Pirates eccentricity gets them in trouble, brings about obstacles and means that they aren't noticed by as many people as they might be, then so be...Artrocker
Far too good to pick an individual song from...It's all raucous jangling and off key harmonies, with enough heart to power London's air conditioning units for a week.Chris Parkin , Time Out