For their debut album, London indie punks Doe enlisted the deft ear of MJ of Suburban Home Studio to handle the production, and finally stepped along side their influences. Previous releases, the band's influences were glaring, Weezer and Sleater-Kinney oozed out of every offering. Not a bad thing, mind you, just a band finding their way. On Some Things Last Longer Than You, Doe makes a leap in artistic progress by just being themselves, at ease. Perhaps now they can be counted as an influence to bands finding their way. With brutally honest lyrics, cathartic disillusionment at its finest, it won't be long.
Key Tracks: 'No. 1', 'Sincere', 'Anywhere', 'Last Ditch'