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The Moths

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From the press release: “The Moths say they are so named because of the nature of the nocturnal lives they had been living up until the point of the metamorphosis into a band.” Well, we presume you’d need to work a lot of nights to come up with a triple A-side of such quality. It’s a bit underproduced, and lies somewhere between Buzzcocks and Depeche Mode, but Moths, you spoil us.

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