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Kate Jackson - 'Wonder Feeling'

Rollicking dancefloor-primed indie pop

It may be three years since The Long Blondes’ split (guitarist Dorian Cox suffered a stroke and they disbanded), but Kate’s lyrical obsessions – running away, motorways, classic love affairs – remain undimmed. As does her ability to knock out rollicking dancefloor-primed indie pop. It’s great to have her back.

Amy Winehouse



Rick Martin, News Editor

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