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A minute’s silence, please, for the latest pop band to be tragically struck down by the affliction known as Albarn’s Syndrome. Basically, they’ve grown up and they’re not fun anymore.…

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When, after you stick an album on the NME stereo, two staffers ask why in the name of Brandon Flowers’ ’tache you’ve just put Boy Kill Boy on, you know…

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Being the sort who believes absolutely everything it reads in the daily newspapers, NME had rather hoped that all Glaswegians would be like the cabbie who saw a flaming terrorist…

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There’s a distinct whiff of the too-good-to-be-true surrounding Glasgow’s Dykeenies. Three brothers and two best mates who deal in panoramic synth-pop that sounds like an even more impassioned Brandon Flowers…

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We wouldn’t necessarily call them new, but The Dykeenies certainly have more than their fair share of ideas, and seem intent on cramming them all into this one song. You…