With the new rock reveloution in full swing and every band new to the scene trying to claim the right to the throne of Rock's top dogs for themselves, it has come down to four kings from Tennesse to try and almost lazily, wrestle the title for themselves. The EP starts with Mollys Chambers an awesome introduction, it's quick, it's sharp and it's bluesy. In fact your still reeling when the best track on the mini album finishes and the next one begins. This again comes at pace, up-tempo, stong guitar and with a southern drawl. There is no screeching on the vocals, unlike with Karen O, front of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the mood instead is lazy, it's laid back, there's a feeling the singer might even be doing this in his sleep so relaxed is his tone. Yet it works on both the first two quicker tracks and the next two slower numbers. Californa waiting definitely has a touch of the Beach Boys in there to set up a sunset west coast feel, before finally they round off with the title track. This time they switch back, upping the tempo and the ante. You've had a rest in the middle to sit back and sip a beer, while dangling your feet in the ocean. Now it's time to pull your dirty denim back on and strut down the street, with a hope that soon the Kings will pull their battle armour back on and head for the studio.