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The Child Of Lov – 'Give Me'

Like a lo-fi OutKast – sexy, sweet and a bit dangerous

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The ‘secret identity’ thing is a risky business. You aim for The Stig and you end up like Wu Lyf, a broken band whose frontman posts ‘cryptic’ break-up notes online like a spurned ex. The Child Of Lov, however, realises being an enigma is fruitless if you’ve got no tunes. ‘Give Me’ is like a lo-fi OutKast – sexy, sweet and a bit dangerous. The fact he’s a skinny hipster from Holland just makes it that much more extraordinary.



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