The reason you are likely to hear about this band is due to Danny McCormack (Bass, shouty bits) from the Wildhearts, now the Wildhearts are no more. And Thank God! British rock is a curious anomaly, quality bands (Manics, Therapy?, Feeder) keep at what they do with various successes while the NME gets people to follow the latest indie trends; with short shelf lives and an ever shorter wealth of ideas. Now we have the Yo- yo's who, you suspect, will play local pubs if they have to with huge grins plastered on their faces at the sheer joy of playing live and loud. And this is what you get on record - 14 songs of raucous, smiley punk n' roll. OK, its been done many times before, but at least they're a band for right now ie they have some personality (virtually unknown in this age of dreary Americanisation). This won't appeal to emo kids or the afore-mentioned NME 'cool' brigade. This is music for human beings who like to celebrate life after leaving work/school on a Friday afternoon and planning their weekend fun. Be thankful for the Yo-yo's, they are trying to make the World a more entertaining place.