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  • Summary: This is the 25th full-length studio release for British psychedelic rock band led by Nick Saloman.
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  1. Classic Rock Magazine
    Jan 8, 2019
    90
    90 minutes of sensitive, surreal lyrics and wailing wig-outs which make J Mascis sound like Julian Bream. ... You'll enjoy it. [Feb 2019, p.90]
  2. Dec 11, 2018
    80
    Another record by the Bevis Frond, and another long, acid-fried blues? That’s a gift.
  3. Dec 11, 2018
    80
    We're Your Friends, Man proves that they (he?) haven't lost a bit of their vision and skill, and while it's hard to say where one should start investigating the Bevis Frond's massive body of work, this will give you the lay of the land just as well as most of their albums.
  4. Mojo
    Dec 11, 2018
    80
    Across the ensuing 85 minutes there are sufficient six-string pyrotechnics, pop hooks and lyrical urgencies to shame an artist a third his age. [Jan 2019, p.88]
  5. Q Magazine
    Dec 18, 2018
    80
    This 20-track spread, ending on caustic wig-out You're On Your Own, would make a worthy farewell. [Feb 2019, p.108]
  6. Uncut
    Dec 11, 2018
    70
    His blazing guitar leads contrast with the sombre tone of the 20-track We're Your Friends, Man, the fragile-voiced Saloman haunted by third-age problems. [Jan 2019, p.19]