Some artists just scream at you to listen to them, to appreciate them and to love them. With an alt rock fused with, whisper it quietly, emo sound Delaire The Liar have a persona that could make them huge. Eat Your Own is a polished piece of work with anthemic hooks drawing you in and writing to absorb you. Ffin Colley’s vocals are crisp, punchy and full of the kind of heart on the sleeve vibe that separates the merely good from the great. Colley is more than just a superb singer though. It’s not difficult to imagine him becoming a musical icon of the modern age. On ‘No Accident’ we really see and hear what this group are all about. Colley’s voice is soulful and emotional. You can almost touch the pain and anger he projects. The music is played with faultless timing. You’d think you were listening to seasoned musicians rather than a young band forging their way. Eat Your Own makes a statement that’s bold and fills you with optimism not just for Delaire The Liar but for music generally. It’s a record of great quality from a band that you sense have only just got going.