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Wild Beasts have always been highly sexed animals. Theirs isn’t the music you casually play on your laptop after you successfully entice a date back home after a bottle of…

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Wild Beasts have always been fantasists: four young men from Kendal who, finding the humdrum world around them wanting, escaped through the back of their wardrobes to explore other universes.…

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“It’s good to see you,” purrs Hayden Thorpe, an ever-dandyish sophisticate sipping a glass of red wine. Until it slips through his fingers and smashes on the stage. “Oh dear,”…

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NME’s Dan Martin delivers his verdict on this week’s releases Wild Beasts – ‘Bed Of Nails’ You can just about giggle at Hayden’s flowery intonation (although most people do…

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Arrogant boasts and grand manifestos are all well and good, yet in time you come to realise they don’t always promise great things but in fact mask off the whole…

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With a squeaky-voiced singer and song structures like falling down a flight of stairs, the mere existence of Wild Beasts in a rational universe poses questions about how much wilful…

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Like a billiard ball that runs a merchant-banking firm, Wild Beasts are difficult to even imagine. The concept – a feral Dame Edna Everage fronting Dexys – tests the already…