With their thumping stand-up bass, swashbuckling guitar riffs and affection for Wildhearts-y, caffeine-bomb hooks, these noble Dukes deliver a tight array of greasy, knuckle-tattooed, all-hands-on-deck rock’n’roll that feels warm, familiar and intoxicating, like a half-empty bottle of wine you find under your bed after a lost weekend.
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