Sea Fruit : Looking for sparks
Occasionally threatens to turn into [a]Rod Stewart[/a]'s sucky version of [B]'Waltzing Matilda'[/B], otherwise this is a dizzily dramatic launch into the pop ether by Sheffield's latest lovehounds.More on
Cheerily, Sea Fruit manage to squeeze in the word 'belligerent', which doesn't happen every week. Even more happily, 'Looking For Sparks' may be all grand gestures and luxurious strings, yet there is still an enthusiastically scrappy edge to proceedings.
A bit like that tosspants Ferrero Rocher advert being infiltrated
The Monsoon Bassoon instead of a load of freshly soaped ambassador-wanking poshos, then. "Oh, Monsieur, you really are soiling us!" indeed.
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