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BATTLESHIPS REVIEW
3.5 stars
With debut EP To You, Battleships have cemented themselves as a band to watch on the indie-rock scene.
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The debut EP displays the Sydney group's impressive scope, gliding from the catchy melody of hit track Coming Back To You, to the more acoustic sound of Your Words.
Triple J listeners may recognise both songs, and debut single In Retrospect, all of which have scored plenty of airplay on the radio station.
Musically, To You demonstrates the band's ability to intricately mesh the guitar, the cornerstone of the catchy melodies, with wistful vocals, while a piano is a welcome addition to a number of the record's slower tracks.
However, it's the haunting vocals of lead singer Jordan Sturdee that make this record shine. Sturdee's deep, dreamy voice, reminiscent of Two Door Cinema Club and Gypsy and the Cat, are made for the genre and ensure the evocative tracks stay with listeners long after the EP's end.