“Alligator” sees British trio Febueder taking the standard indie-rock setup of guitar/vocals/drums and getting creative within that framework. The reverb-laden vocals and twitchy percussion give no clue as to the surprisingly catchy chorus, which nonetheless sounds as if it’s being sung from the back of a damp, dark cave. Sounding like a more interesting, experimental Alt-J, Febueder look to be yet another great young British band to keep an eye on.

Febueder’s debut Soap Carv EP is out November 25 on Tape Club Records.

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