Review of Haunts live at the Ruby Lounge in Manchester on August 6th 2009.
Over the past couple of years, Haunts have emerged from the gloomy back streets of London Town, with an original sound and some powerful songs that are instantly likeable. My first encounter with these dark gentlemen was while they were supporting Eagles of Death Metal a few months back. Since then they have been working on releasing the 'Love is Blind' E.P, which is a tantalising selection of tracks that offers a glimpse of Haunts future potential.
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