Santigold - 'Disparate Youth'

A hymn to kicking against pricks of conformity

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Against strutting guitars, playful bass and dawn-bright keyboards Santi's singing about "a life worth fighting for". It's a hymn to kicking against the pricks of conformity, despite the problems that sticking out from the crowd can cause. But when it comes to sticking or twisting, Santigold has always been about the latter.

Priya Elan

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