Album review: Young Guns - Ones and Zeros
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★★★★☆ Since the release of their second studio album, 2012’s critically acclaimed Bones, London rockers Young Guns have been constantly on the rise. Over the past few years, the British quintet have played festival main stages throughout the country, achieved chart success in both the UK and the US, and signed to major record label Virgin EMI, via which their third studio album, Ones and Zeros, is released. It’s no wonder, then, that this record sees the band ascend triumphantly to that all-important next level, and takes them right to the forefront of the UK rock scene.
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