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Girls Aloud - 'Something New'

An assault of high-octane aspiration and strip-light trance synth

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It’s a weird moment when you realise that the current wave of club music is not meant for the club, but the department store. So it is with Girls Aloud’s comeback single, an assault of high-octane aspiration and strip-light trance synth that should prove the perfect soundtrack to watching anxious young women strip the sales rail of Topshop Oxford Street like a shoal of hungry piranha.


Louis Pattinson





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