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Los Porcos - 'CFW'

Former Wu Lyf-ers do the yacht-rock thing complete with the on-point hustle of Hall & Oates

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Former Wu Lyf-ers do the yacht-rock thing complete with the on-point hustle of Hall & Oates. ‘CFW’ is just the right amount of sleazy, pitched somewhere between your funny uncle ‘accidentally’ grinding you at your cousin’s wedding and a dim bartender handing you free daiquiris all night because he says he likes your eyes, but he actually means your arse.

Leonie Cooper

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