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Rosé

Somewhere in the UK, a Feeling song is broadcast once every five minutes. Yet it’s safe to say that ‘Rosé’ is unlikely to prolong such brutal hegemony. Now, when NME’s guard is down, we’re as susceptible to a spell of reckless toe-tapping to ‘Fill My Little World’ as the next man, but this is just horrible. A dreary piano-ballad purporting to be from the point of view of an old soak with a broken heart, all the booze imagery does is highlight further how here is a band who make Keane look edgy.

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