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Young Knives

Turn Tail

The Young Knives
There’s no doubt the Young Knives are masters of bouncy millennial Britpop, but when they get all dark’n’stormy things go from good to better. ‘Turn Tail’ is a swooping, swaying bounder that’s stacked with as much pathos as it is bits that make you want to pop your fist in the air and shake it with glee until it drops off. The unexpected industrial grunge middle eight is pretty ace too.



Leonie Cooper

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