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South : Keep Close

There's still a suspicion that greatness lurks within South.

There's still a suspicion that greatness lurks within South. They've only hinted at it so far, but 'Keep Close''s disjointed acoustic funk gnaws away further at that idea. If a cool bassline, a mysterious lyric, a sunny if slightly sinister atmosphere, and a fine swirling finale are all equal parts of a great summer single then South may've cracked it.





Ted Kessler

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