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Amanda Mair - 'Sense'

Hypnotic Swedish pop

Amanda Mair is Swedish, which means that she has a particular knack for writing songs that you can keep returning to like catheterised lab rats to their teeny weeny opiate dispensers. Sure, before you know it you’ve completely warped your last.fm profile but you don't mind because you’re now hooked on that chorus, making everything else in your life seem like faint background static.

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