California's unashamedly nostalgic The Green And Yellow TV's debut album is an accompished affair that arguably has more influences than songs. Lead-off single 'The Big Red Machine' has caught the ear of many a radio presenter including Radio 1's John Peel. For the most part the songs are made up of Beach Boy style harmonies, crunching power-pop guitars and crashing drums. Sometimes the noise threatens to swamp the actual songs as if there's too much going on. 'Suspect In The Trees' is perhaps the best offering, its addictive melody oddly recalling 10CC's 'The Things We Do For Love', it seems far more subtle and focused than, say, the over the top dynamics of 'Plays The Song'. The sparse, closing 'July 7th' with just guitars and vocals also impresses. There are many 60s and 70s touches here but a more modern comparison would be The Webb Brothers or even Jellyfish. Ultimately if you like big, colourful verses and choruses there is much to enjoy here.