Froth's Bleak is a decent attempt by an angsty 20-something year old at letting out his emotions in 30 minutes of reverb-lathered, shoegazey rock and roll. Songs like "Nothing Baby" might make you forget you're listening to a band from 2015. The simple lyrics about a girl and layers of guitar, dripping with reverb, sound like it was traced using The Jesus and Mary Chain's "Psycho Candy" as a stencil. Prominent bass guitar on every track helpes create a wall of sound that sets them apart from most bands made with the Burger Records cookie cutter. Bleak ends on a high note with "I Sleep Alone", a song about God-knows-what - perhaps an ode to serenity - closing with the lyrics "I don't mind walking through life and leaving fictino behind."