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Glasvegas

Daddy’s Gone

Pic: Danny North
Alright, it’s already been TOTW, but ‘Daddy’s Gone’’s power only continues to swell. Essentially Jeremy Kyle imagined by My Bloody Valentine, it’s one of those rare beasts: a tune guaranteed to spend the next 10 years soundtracking the lives of lonely misfits and hardened football hoolies. Long may daddy’s absence – and Glasvegas’ unstoppable ascent to The Big Time – continue.



Rick Martin

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