Even though it was a release with its roots firmly dug into post-punk territory, the first EP from Bell Hollow was blessed with a vintage atmosphere; emulating the more subtle acts of the time such as The Comsat Angels. The second EP is similarly impressive. The lead-off title track seems more dynamic than the debut but its yearning vocals and
grinding guitars strive and achieve the deepest melancholia. 'Bodies, Rest And Motion' features a mesmeric hook that would do The Chameleons proud. It's all cleverly delivered in a classy fashion but hopefully next time the band will return with a full album rather than these tasty appetisers.