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Jack Penate - 'No One Lied'

Pure heart-on-sleeve emotion

Once London’s chirpiest indie-pop scamp, Jack’s in sombre mood on this stripped-down comeback. Where he once tried a little too hard to impress with his relentless Cockney charm, this is a shot of pure heart-on-sleeve emotion.

Rick Martin

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