Please Don’t Take Me Back
Durham indiepop-punks Martha return with their fourth album, and it might just be their best one yet.
With their endlessly radiant hooks dialled up to maximum setting, paired with another heart-rending and relatable lyric sheet that reflects on the universal scars of the pandemic years, Please Don’t Take Me Back is the work of a band in the form of their life. It’s also an instant classic - one that’s both smartly prescient and warmly addictive. Recorded at Nottingham’s JT Soar by ‘Bad’ Phil Booth (The Cool Greenhouse, Rattle, Grey Hairs), Please Don’t Take Me Back is a timely collection of deliciously catchy pop songs about ‘resisting the feeling that the good days are behind us’.
- Beat, Perpetual
- Every Day the Hope Gets Harder
- Please Don't Take Me Back
- Irreversible Motion
- Baby, Does Your Heart Sink?
- F L A G // B U R N E R
- Neon Lung
- Take Me Back to The Old Days (Reprise)
- Total Cancellation of The Future
- I Didn't Come Here to Surrender
- You Can't Have a Good Time All of the Time