Label: Too Pure Release date: Out Now! Website: MySpace Where the Scottish Rock of Frightened Rabbit and We Were Promised Jetpacks and the mathy pop of Calories and Tubelord collides, we find Copy Haho. Although they lack some of the spark and originality of their lazy comparisons above, they still manage to serve up a single stuffed with warmth, be it in the ever-pleasing Scottish accent of the vocals, the fuzzy melodies or the crunchy drums. There’s sing-along’s aplenty, and it’s all relentlessly pleasant and familiar. Both A and B-side alike are very nice – lovely, even – as Demons And Gods follows the same formula in a perfect example of ‘If it ain’t broke...’mentality. This is good stuff, even if we have heard it all before. And there’s not much more that can be said. Rating: 6/10