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Miles Kane - 'Don't Forget Who You Are'

The mod goes rockabilly

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A positively Wings-y piece of '70s-polished rockabilly stomp from Miles' new album, in which he urges you not to "let your worries dictate who you are". It's determined to give you a PMA with bashes of cymbals and saucy "LALALA"s. Look perky!

Duncan Gillespie, writer

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