Released: May 1999
Nothing screams Britpop louder than Gaz Combes' magnificent mutton chops, and while the big musical movement of the 90s may well have died on its arse by this point in time, Supergrass were still believing. Cerebral/laddy lyrics (“Life is a cigarette, you smoke til the end”), a dummy-proof sing-a-long chorus, the trippy hypercolour video – this was a reminder that while second album 'In It For The Money' was a show of what heights a grown-up Supergrass could hit, it was by harking back to the young, dumb and full of fun vibes of their '95 debut that the lads wrote arguably their greatest single. (MW)
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