Scottish trio Pinact is back, but it’s hardly like they’ve been away. Relentlessly performing and honing their craft, Corrie Gillies (vocals, guitar), Lewis Reynolds (drums) were already a frantic on-stage force, before they added Jon Arbuthnot (bass) to bring out the razor-sharp melodies and unapologetically fuzzy guitars. The Part That No One Knows, a much-anticipated follow-up to 2015’s excellent debut, Stand Still and Rot, delivers on all fronts – the trio offers hooks by the dozen, artillery-style drumming and perfectly synchronised guitar interplay.
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“Pinact give newfound fans of the ’90s a band to champion as their own” ALL MUSIC
“A high-energy fuzz-filled sound – complete with slick pop melodies” NOISEY
“Sugary pop songs played like fast, shambolic punk songs” BROOKLYN VEGAN
“Pinact channel their aggression into a melodic but heavy sound” NME
“Fuzzy antidotes pouring out from the seams” DIY