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Dirty Projectors – 'There’s A Fire'

If only they were this easygoing more often

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The B-side to a limited tour seven-inch, this finds the Projectors at their most gently playful. It’s a rootsy jangle with Dave Longstreth’s vocals Paul Simon-warm and wistful over skittery drums and casually flashy guitar licks. If only they were this easygoing more often.
Emily Mackay








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