May 1, 2012
Fear Of Men - 'Green Sea'
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The Brighton quartet’s return after an extended stint in the studio is a welcome one. ‘Green Sea’ veers into subsonic levels of DIY kookiness, starting out as an acoustic paean to The Kinks before turning wholly more Cocteau-esque in time for the chorus. Promising stuff.
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