Review: Alice Go, Bella Podpadec and Rakel Mjol make up Dream Wife, a band with a penchant for playfully riotous, outspoken and immediately infectious indie rock-pop, served with a side dish of punk attitude. The sum total placing them somewhere between The Long Blondes and Tom Tom Club, or at least those are the references that immediately spring to our mind. Don't think that suggests the London trio are simply a Frankenstein of personality traits borrowed from different groups. Go's vocal delivery juxtaposes the sweet and innocent with the sardonic and indignant, guitar hooks can either conjure images of tropical beaches or the hard asphalt of the UK's unkempt city streets. Tracks are infinitely danceable ('Old Flame', 'RH RN'), or emotionally crushing ('So When You Gonna'). Album two down, it would be stupid to pretend we're not already waiting with bated breath for what comes next.