Lyric poetess Fyzz Wallis is back with another helping of punk tinged observations of life that hit home hard. Managing to be upbeat even when the mood is quite sombre such as on ‘Polyethylene’ is a neat trick. The Rants sequence is a novel approach to – well – having a rant. The tempo changes throughout this fine EP help to accent each song, showing placement and track order really do matter. Wallis has a great talent as a wordsmith but the music is crafted to compliment it too. It’s not complex, it wouldn’t work as well if it was. It’s the tone and key selection that’s impressive, as is the crisp production. The sound fits perfectly with the songs giving off a high quality feel from a necessarily raw record. Wallis has a talent for nuancing her words with passion and belief. Her voice is particularly magnificent on ‘Summer’s Gone’ which has hit single written all over it. Wrong 2, the second in a hopefully long series of releases proves that here at least two wrongs do make a right.