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2:54 - 'Creeping'

They've retained their charm, in spite of hype

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Once upon a time, many years ago, the demo of what is now the closing tune on the Thurlow sisters’ just-out debut was one of the tunes that got us excited about them in the first place. Back then it was scuzzy and lo-fi. And yet fortunately the requisite big label production sheen – and the Zane Lowe plays and the video with horses and trees and rivers and all that – have subtly enhanced rather than totally smothered its melodic charms. Which makes a nice change.
Hamish Macbain

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