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Artist: The New Trust
Date Released: September 21, 2004 (recorded 2003)
- This Invitation has Meant the World to Me
- Don't Even Get Me Started on Jebus
- All Things are Moving Toward Their End
- Crashed Out
- I Thought that We Getting Together
- I'm a Sucker for Backwards Drums
- Live You Mean It
- When the Bombs Go Off
Never has an album (or EP in this case) been so aptly titled. The New Trust’s We Are Fast-Moving Motherfuckers. We Are Women and Men of Action is 8 tracks of upbeat and catchy as hell indie-rock that clocks in at around 18 min. Averaging at about 2 minutes a piece, each song is a raw combination of guitar hooks, simple, yet effective bass lines, snare/cymbal patterns and slightly punk-y vocals that express concerns about religion, politics, death and relationships (but not in a diluting way). The band features members of new-to-the scene acts including The Velvet Teen, Benton Falls and Transistor Transistor; and this EP, which is actually a re-release, has been added to the up and coming Slowdance catalog. If you dig fast-paced and fun indie-rock that is as intelligent as it is catchy, you will love The New Trust. Mpardaiolo