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Jessie Ware - 'Strangest Feeling'

A ramshackle adventure away from her previous productions

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Jessie Ware, who can’t tell if she’s hungry or sad, has embarked on a ramshackle adventure a woozy world away from her previous SBTRKT productions. ‘Strangest Feeling’ is what happens when you take a sparkling Katy B pop song and throw it in a haunted moat. The twinkly bits are washed off by a murk of clicks and moans, while the bass becomes progressively more waterlogged.



Fraser McAlpine

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