Bloc Party - Four
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Release date: 21 August 2012
Daring, deep and confused in equal measure
It’s 2005 and the ’80s post-punk revival is in full swing. The ‘wiry’ guitar sound reigns. The word ‘angular’ is used, on average, 25.3 times per NME. ‘New York Cool’ lives, The Rapture are the world’s hippest band and The Libertines couple post-punk with bohemian glamour to reinvent London. Indie is reborn sexy. Franz Ferdinand are very sexy. Everyone is happy with...
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Frontman to follow 2010 debut 'The Boxer'
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'Down Boy' will be put out in aid of music therapy charity Nordoff Robins
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