Album Review: Hummer – How Did I Get Here?

Warrington punks Hummer have followed up their 2018 debut full length with How Did I Get Here? From the opening rush of A Quiet One, this album is an instant winner. It is a headlong, whiskey-fuelled assault on your senses, a catalogue of emphatic melodic punk anthems that growl and snap, like an angry hungover friend who, emboldened by feeling like shite anyway, has been waiting for the right mom...

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