The opening track (entitled: 'Call me in the Day'') places us squarely in the distant surf rock seat we will be in through the entirety of the ride. The lead vocals are hushed, and feature do-woop back up vocals that harmonize with each other effortlessly. It may be a bizarre reference, but the guitar-work in this track reminds me strongly of the Post Rock Band "Godspeed You! Black Emperor"... in their more noodley incarnations.
The second track stays instrumental, choosing to pick on Surf riffs and let that take up the full focus of the production.
The third track (entitled: 'Sure as Spring') is a catchy little melody that takes on both instruments and vocals- with a few mixing surprises that takes specific sounds out of the depths of reverb. This is surly La Luz's prize formula, and luckily it is repeated throughout the rest of the EP.
The final track "Easy Baby" steals the show with a classic sound and truly stirring overall feel.
All together "Damp Face" is a groovy and quite enjoyable EP, I suggest it especially for fans of "The Coral".
"Damp Face" by La Lux is available via their Bandcamp page.