“joyfully capture the exhilaration of alternative's recent past” Pitchfork “like Bleach era Nirvana tanked up on candyfloss and ketamine” NME “If Menace Beach were from Brooklyn or Seattle the hype would be deafening” DIY
Some bands don’t mess about. Having released their debut album, Ratworld, in January of this year, Menace Beach’s fizzing, over caffeinated creativity needed another outlet. So, in-between touring with the likes of Drenge and the Cribs, and becoming one of Johnny Marr’s new favourite bands, Menace Beach found time to head into the Suburban Home studio with Hookworm’s MJ to record a brand new EP, set for release this Autumn.
With its title coming from a flu-fever hallucination Liza experienced while on tour, Super Transporterreum perfectly sums up Menace Beach’s off-kilter approach, all effervescent melody and hurtling fuzzed up guitars, not to mention the juddering half-speed choruses that, according to Menace Beach, feature “three bass guitars simultaneously doing a Bryan May riff.”