After forming in 2013, it didn’t take long for London-based quartet Doe to make an impression on the burgeoning UK underground scene. Armed with a penchant for melody and tireless DIY ethics, the band released four EPs in little over a year; impressive even for the punk scenes they move on the fringes of. Perhaps unsurprisingly then, ‘First Four’ collects these EPs in to one neatly packaged debut LP, that works not like a premature greatest hits, as some might assume, but rather as a concise showcase of the band’s work thus far.
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