Channelling the best of Scottish Indie from Postcard Records to the Jesus and Mary Chain, the Glasgow four-piece provide a timely album of unsettled Indie Pop for a time when we all have more questions than answers. Full of jangling guitar chords and a smattering of sing-along choruses, ‘Hyacinth’ distinctly lacks aggression in its soft toned moodiness. Taking a slightly fey look at the world, as so many of their forebears have, the lyrical themes are often one of heavy burdens not least when Sean Armstrong intones “Loneliness. Disaster” at the crux of ‘Despotic Sway’. Yet, overall it is a feeling of hope in the face of adversity that drives ‘Hyacinth’, and this should ensure repeat listens come easily. Check it out.