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Zulu Winter - 'Key To My Heart'

Sub-Coldplay, arena-indie that won’t cause any adverse reaction

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Zulu Winter are a nice band who write dull songs that weren’t meant for the cruel likes of me but which I’m tasked with savaging like a blood-lusty wolverine anyway. But what the hell. So long as Tulisa’s new single is on this list, why not go easy on them? ‘Key To My Heart’ is mellifluous, sub-Coldplay arena-indie that won’t cause sudden, violent retching when played on the radio.

Barry Nicolson





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