Despite a well-received debut JJ72 seem to have been overlooked in the popular indie scene. Perhaps people take umbrage at Mark Greaney's unashamed screeching but his wailing is no less exaggerated than the likes of Thom Yorke, Matt Bellamy and Brian Molko, all of whom have reaped the rewards for their no holds barred approach to singing. The songs on 2002's follow-up 'I To Sky' are no less tuneful and incendiary. Admittedly first single 'Formulae' sounds - for want of a better word - formulaic and the angry gothic roar of 'Serpent Sky' seems out of place but 'Always And Forever' and 'I Saw A Prayer' are skyscraping, hope-filled anthems that etch themselves into the memory very quickly and the bruised balladry of 'Brother Sleep' demonstrates their gentler, rather moving side. Although this is still a very young-sounding band, the confidence in their own ability is well placed.