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Polica - 'Lay Your Cards Out'

A solid adult contemporary groove

They were in Gayngs and are Bon Iver’s favourite new thing. But before you stop reading, I should say that this is the best in the bag this week. A mix of Roy Vedas’ ‘Fragments Of Life’ and Massive Attack’s ‘Safe From Harm’, it uncoils with its own sweet languor. Starting or finishing seems irrelevent; instead the song elects to roll along its solid adult contemporary groove.

Gavin Haynes

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