We just had to mention and give special Cheers to our friends from Rockomotiva and their dedicated writer Zli Hadžo for including our song Peta (eng. Fifth) to their Play of the Week chart.
Read the review in our free English translation below.
“Here’s another band I’m presenting for the first time, the quartet is called Jembrela, Stanko and Bruno on guitars, Milivoj on bass, and Zoran on drums, and if you’re wondering who is on the vocals – it’s zero, zero points. Jembrela is an instrumental band that has just released its debut album with ten songs, of which “Fifth” (Croatian. Peta) is not fifth in a row but third, but the fifth in this week’s selection (pure coincidence, I did not deliberately aim it). If you think this is a post-rock band with marathon songs, you’d be wrong: this is a classic indie rock with songs duration of three, three and a half minutes, with bursting guitars, a solid rhythm section, and third countries export melody, only without vocals. Peta is a great song for which J. Mascis would chop off his right nut if only Dinosaur Jr could record it in the wake of their biggest popularity, and it’s so catchy that you could find it on the ESC Life album.”