To start with I thought Redjetson were merely an imitation of The Hours (which is no good thing), however they are more experimental than that with their music and song structure. Despite this don't mistake experimental for original. This single is one of those that you might happen to hear on daytime radio and think, "this sounds like so and so".

'The Unravelling' isn't going to make you dance, but it might make you feel slightly more thoughtful. With long instrumentals and soft vocals it's perfect for a rainy day (unless you have suicidal tendencies). 'Racing In The Mire' is almost the complete opposite. Louder, heavier, faster, and much like touring pals iLiKETRAiNS and Youthmovies, it seems that Redjetson have a relatively defined sound that works for them. I just don't know how well it works when they try to mellow that sound out. 3/5


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"The Unravelling "

A. The Unravelling
B. Racing In The Mire

7" vinyl, limited pressing of 500 numbered copies on heavy vinyl