Having been present for the initial wave of '90s Britpop, Sweet Jesus weren't immune to their surroundings. Their most arresting moments (albeit a tad too succinct) like the aforementioned "Sindy" as well as "Oceanna," both residing on their penultimate ep, Real Babe, envelope the ears with blissed-out washes of tremelo, hoisting them on par with Chapterhouse, Ride and the like. They would repeat this sublime formula for the Phonefreak Baby ep, but their final record, Albino Ballerina, exuded a less-woozy penchant, a la period bands such as Adorable and even Blur.
For the final, and perhaps only word on Sweet Jesus (other than this), I hereby direct you to a phenomenal fan-site that contains just about everything you could want pertaining to the band, save for their music itself. Per the bio furnished within, Sweet Jesus eventually "mutated" into a band called Venus, that as for me, shall be a subject for further review.
debut 7" (Rough Trade)
01. Honey Loving Honey
Phonefreak Honey ep (Rough Trade)
01. Phonefreak Honey
03. Baby BlueRough Trade
Real Babe ep (Rough Trade)
01. Real Babe
02. Sindy Makes Believe
Albino Ballerina ep (Chapter 22)
01. Albino Ballerina
02. Your Baby Loves Me
03. Your Baby Loves Me (Original Version)