Gay Dad MK II is definitely more enjoyable than Gay Dad MK I. The first time around, the band had endless hype and about one and a half songs
worth a damn. Now, the band has no press whatsoever, having signed to UK indie label B-Unique, but they seem to have a bag full of tunes, the latest being the third
single, and title track, from pending full-length Transmission. Like their comeback single "Now, Always & Forever," "Transmission" uses a fair amount of
sampling and electronics, but, like the first single, the guitars crash in like thunder and the melodies fall from the sky like rain. The paring down to a trio has obviously
worked wonders for the Dad, as they have produced yet another anthemic guitar pop jewel, one worth appreciating repeatedly.

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