Here is a review of a three-song EP. But since Good Friend seems to have all but vanished off the face of the Internet, I'm assuming they won't mind if it's a short one.
In one sentence: this is worth the three pounds (what is that? Five dollars?)
The band had described itself as "lion-hearted" punk, and that's the kind of music we're looking for on Adobe and Teardrops. My personal favorite is "Dance On, Graves." As far as I'm concerned, it should be the anthem for self-reinvention.
Wherever these guys are now, I hope they're in good places. Stream the album, buy it. Maybe they'll magically re-coalesce and make a few more songs? Because that'd be pretty awesome.