Rumble Strips first release from the album 'Girls And Weather'.
The Rumble Strips were an English band from Tavistock, Devon.
Girls and Weather is the debut album from the Devon-based band The Rumble Strips. It was released on September 10, 2007 by the Universal Music Group sub-label Island Records.
Allmusic reviewer Katherine Fulton said that "happy melodies coupled with bittersweet lyrics are a running theme throughout the album", being quick to note this is a good thing because "it's a formula that works well for the Rumble Strips." She sums up the album by saying it "loses neither steam nor charm throughout; it's an album for adults who want an excuse to behave like kids again."
NME reviewer Jamie Fullerton focuses in particular on the frontman, indicating that the "cheesy, into-the-sunset fantasy is just another indication of Waller's total detachment from the current grot-rock set, just as he's detached from the cretins who brand him a Dexy's photocopier."
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