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Arctic Monkeys - 'On A Mission (Katy B cover)'

They make this track their own

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Turner and co take on the might of Katy B, transporting ‘On A Mission’ from its grit-Brit foundations into a badlands-inspired rag-around. It wouldn’t sound out of place on a Ennio Morricone soundtrack, which is doubly weird considering they even manage to shoehorn the riff from ’60s standard ‘Shakin’ All Over’ in there at one point.

Matt Wilkinson

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