“From the opening snare roll of the title track, Primitive Tales doesn't let up over the course of the 11 songs on offer. This is a robust collection of raucous barroom tunes, performed by a band confident with their delivery and clearly in love with what they're doing.”
“Ex-pat Melbourne band makes good in the hostile sprawl of great grey London, getting signed to Dirty Water Records. Then comes their album and this solid slap of a debut single, which pays excellent homage to their garage rocking forefathers. Good and grimy.”
“London based Aussie garage-rockers The Kits set the tone in style, the snarled delivery of their ragged ramalama harking back to the days when rock 'n' roll was considered a threat to the morals of the world's youth.
“It's the real deal people. Not shiny or big budget, the two tracks on the single smack of authenticity, reminding of The Saints and The Chob. With a reputation for raucous live performances, it's no surprise that the band are drawing Black Lips comparisons too.”