Breton have been highly praised in recent times with comparisons being made to established artists such as Kasabian, Metronomy and Friendly Fires.

Jostle starts off with a friendly and bouncy beat which almost deserves to be located in Ibiza. This skips in and out throughout, with the accompanying drum to add extra layers to the song. The drumming is by no mean aggressive but offers the strongest and most consistent rhythm during the songs tenure.

Roman Rappak the (lead singer) vocals throughout are perfectly synchronised with the accompanying sound, which you infrequently find in this day and age of electronic music.

With a bit of luck in the near future, you may see Jostle work its way into the charts, as it is clear that Breton have great potential….

Check out the music video for Jostle: