The second EP from Lincoln quartet Liszt is a useful taster for a forthcoming album; boasting potential and a number of possibilities for which musical direction they are to take next. 'She Walks Away' adopts a rousing, fuzzed-up guitar sound and is further strengthened by an urgent chorus that could be reasonably described as anthemic. 'Getting Under' is more reflective and emotive requiring a singing voice that has the power and character to carry it off. Thankfully Liszt's frontman is up to the task. The lead-off track, however, is earnest enough but its tune seems rather laboured by comparison. Finally, 'Everyday'is a rather bleak send-off featuring just piano and vocals. With a burgeoning live reputation and a talent for writing memorable choruses, there's definitely signs of a growing fanbase and respect for this band.