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Tribes - 'Corner Of An English Field'

A cry-into-your-vest song

Ballids are personal things and while Tribes’ ‘Corner Of An English Field’ is obviously very close to their scrappy ickle hearts – being one of their debut’s rousing, cry-into-your-vest songs about the death of their friend Charles Haddon – this reminds me of Reading Festival 2004, when a cracky-looking man took advantage of a beery, sunset-warm crowd and tried to feel my lady parts.

Sian Rowe

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