Track Review: The Voluntary Butler Scheme


Track Review: The Voluntary Butler Scheme

That’s a silly name – nobody’s going to skivvy for them without a decent wage. When you actually hear this sweet’n’skippy ’60s pop pastiche, though, you’d happily wax their ’taches or polish their brogues for nada, just so they’d sing more. “You can’t go treating my heart like bagpipes any more” asserts Rob Jones. Yes we can. HOONK! Limited seven-inch out Monday.

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