Money Money We Are Money Money

Reportedly featuring sons of Pentecostal ministers, this Peterborough band’s debut thankfully doesn’t attempt to replicate the high-pitched religious wailings of Stryper. Instead, Money Money offer raspy rock’n’roll firmly affixed with sneers. Like a more energised version of the Headstones, Money Money offer fist-pumping tunes that emphasise attitude over substance. The group’s musicians are adept players, but there’s not an abundance of distinct material here to push the group above a sea of similar hard rock bands. (Orange)