A deliberately frothy take on an under-documented moment in US politics
Jamiroquai : Little L
Jay Kay's back with a biting commentary on his failed relationship with Denise...
It's gratifying then that Jamiroquai have a number of musical faces to present on each release. The creative marriage between lead singer Jay Kay and keyboardist Toby Smith has once again resulted in a healthy birth - a clipped, some would suggest biting, song about love's depletion and the complacency that inspired it. This is apolitical Jamiroquai (the group's name, in part, relates to the name of a Native American Indian tribe, remember). This is bouyant, big band meets disco-inspired shimmy shimmy-yah. This is excellent.
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