LOOK AT WHO YOU’RE TALKING TO
Human Television play the kind of uncomplicated pop-rock with oodles of jangly guitars and sticky sweet yet pretty unmemorable choruses that hipster kids everywhere are sure to swoon over. That’s not to say that this outfit is a pretentious lot, as the opposite is definitely the case judging on their early REM leanings on tracks like “Tonight’s the Night”. Transplanted from Florida to the East Coast, this unit’s easy to diagnose yet hard to pinpoint sound has all of the devices capable of telling yourself that while you’ve heard these songs before they’re oh so original and are very wonderful, all in the same breath. Blending masterfully crafted indie pop with subtle shoegazing sensibilities, LOOK AT WHO YOU’RE TALKING TO is a great album to wake up in the morning to, as it gives you just enough jolt to get out of bed, yet enough recoil to hit snooze for those precious few last minutes in complete bliss.