With their bigger and better second album, London-based indie/dance band Boxed In have earned their breakout moment
My Life Story : It's a girl thing
[a]My Life Story[/a] are revisiting that playful theme in pop where (snurk, yip) girls are marvelled at for sometimes liking you, then - the fickle temptresses! - sometimes not liking you
t hat My Life Story are revisiting that playful theme in pop where (snurk, yip) girls are marvelled at for sometimes liking you, then - the fickle temptresses! - sometimes not liking you; a devilish problem previously explored with infinitely more suss and melody by Space's 'Female of the Species'.
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