Sometimes you hear people say 'they sound like them', or 'they might as well be a tribute band', well to those same people, here's a newsflash: over the years there's been a lot of music created and to really define your own style is a near impossibility; when a band finds a formula that works for them it's a special thing, so what if it sounds something like someone who once was. In the past King Post Kitsch have been likened to The Kinks, and the comparison has almost been used in a negative way, well personally I think if 'The Party's Over' does sound like that, it should be at least a half interesting listen.
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