I don't know why but since I listen to this for the first time one or two months ago I am playing their music continuosly.
There are different influences here (UK post-punk, Gun Club, early Cure) but at the result is a wonderful sound with appeal and rhythm.
The first work "Quinn touched the sun" (I think only a cassette record) was more rought but in this one there is more balance.
Really a good work.
HEAR: let us have madness openly
and some video here: