July 7, 2012
It’s fun here in the mid-’90s. Roses: back; Blur: new songs; Suede: making good on threats of new material. It’s sparking an alternative timeline in which everything post-‘Coming Up’ never happened. Played at this year’s Hop Farm festival, this is a lush and chiming paean, probably to love affairs that will never be.
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