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Suede – 'It Starts And Ends With You'

Packs a decade’s worth of lost hooks into four rushing minutes

Emilie Bailey
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Suede’s first proper single in 10 years packs a decade’s worth of lost hooks into four rushing minutes. Snake-hipped Brett Anderson’s bittersweet lyrics might be as hopelessly infatuated as any smitten teenager’s, but this is smart, grown-up pop music – not in a boring way, in an ‘adult movie’ way.
Kevin EG Perry




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