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Hot Club De Paris

Clockwork Toy

Hot Club De Paris
Not many bands sing the praises of wind-up chattering teeth, but Hot Club De Paris have breached brand new territory with this piece of pulsing Toys’R’Us-inspired new wave that’s twitchier than a mosquito’s tweeter. It also features a sterling cover of Paul Simon’s ‘You Can Call Me Al’ on the B-side, with some first-rate whistling work. Been taking lessons from Peter Bjorn And John, boys?

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