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Thirteen:13 : Try

The obvious route might not have worked for Thirteen:13, but it looks like subtlety might be their most powerful asset yet.

They may have spent the last year masquerading as The Major Label Indie Band That No One In The Known Universe Was Interested In, but this weary country take on classic '60s pop should change that. Previously - and more endearingly - called 'The Ballad Of A Useless Texan Stalker', it started life as a B-side only to be upgraded when they released just what a gem they had. The obvious route might not have worked for Thirteen:13, but it looks like subtlety might be their most powerful asset yet.





Siobhan Grogan

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