The Temperance Movement | White Bear

With credentials that resonate like a newly tiled bathroom, including the bassist from Jamiroquai, the drummer from Feeder, the guitarist from Ben’s Brother AND a ‘hand picked by Mick Jagger’ support slot with the Stones, The Temperance Movement should certainly stand up to some close scrutiny. From the jolting, somewhat surprising chords and stomping boogie of opener “Three Bulleits”, as expected (and as promised emphatically by the band’s publicist), there’s a real Stones and Faces vibe throughout ‘White Bear’.

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