Plan B - 'Deepest Shame'

Plan B's not 'the Ken Loach of pop' just yet...

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'The Ken Loach of pop’ is such a bizarre thing to aspire to, I feel like Plan B is due a pass on everything, ever, just for trying. But that would be uncharacteristically generous of us, especially when ‘Deepest Shame’ sounds like him singing what he sees at social-realist DVD night.

Barry Nicolson

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