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Willy Moon – 'My Girl'

This is a clunky slab of forgettable '60s retro-pop

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My baby don’t care for picture shows”, Willy Moon pines on this new single, his first since last year’s ‘Yeah Yeah’ was featured on an Apple ad. Yeah, probably because “picture shows” haven’t existed for about six decades, dude. You’re thinking of ‘films’, Willy! Catch up. This is a clunky slab of ’60s retro-pop so forgettable I had myself tested for amnesia straight afterwards.
Al Horner




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