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The Horrors

She Is The New Thing

The Horrors
If ever there was a tune specifically made for strutting down the road looking like the coolest cat on God’s green earth, it would no doubt sound exactly like this. Quite possibly the best song from their debut album (Surely that’s a bit like recommending we go and see the Sahara’s biggest penguin? – Ed), it’s a swaggering, evil-sounding funk-fest, with spinning synths and ’60s swizzles and a beat that just makes you want to say the word ‘groovy’.

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