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Lusts Premiere 'Sometimes' Video And Take The NME Lifelines Test

Lifelines was NME’s way of introducing new bands to its audience back in the ‘60s. A maddeningly-simple yet oddly, in retrospect, compelling Q&A that was part dole queue inspection form and part Top Of The Pops cribsheet. It saw everyone from The Beatles (Paul McCartney’s favourite food? “Chicken Maryland”) to Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly, Sammy Davis Jr, Shirley Bassey and, er, Bert Weedon take part.

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New Music Of The Day: Sea Pinks - ‘Yr Horoscope’ (NME Video Premiere)

One of Belfast’s most interesting bands Sea Pinks’ released their fine album Soft Days recently. Out now on CF Records, today we’re premiering the video for new single ‘Yr Horoscope’. It's a spidery, blissful lament, and its beauty lies in its simplicity. Beach Boys melodies spin tightly with the kind of taught guitar lines that have seen Day Wave find success on the other side of the planet recently. It’s a small world.

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