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Deap Valley - 'End Of The World'

Deap Vally deduce it’ll be “hate” that finally does it for planet Earth

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Some think we’ll be turned to grey goo by an army of nanobots. On ‘End Of The World’, Deap Vally deduce it’ll be “hate” that finally does it for planet Earth. Which is kinda vague as apocalyptic visions go, but I like the idea of the four horsemen touching down to this lurching chug of gutter-rock riffs and preacher-gal vocals, having swapped their dark cowls for some nice fringed jackets and microscopic hotpants.


Louis Pattinson




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