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Saint Etienne - 'Tonight'

The self-proclaimed antidote to “landfill pop”

Seven years absent, Sarah, Bob’n’Pete are back as the self-proclaimed antidote to “landfill pop”. Aiding them in their mission are Xenomania and Richard X, who have made them sound like, er, Saint Etienne. ‘Tonight’ is about how ace it is, waiting to see a band you love come on stage, and it’s pretty ace itself.

Hamish MacBain


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