Here's an interesting one for you; Edwin Pope, a Liverpool lad calling himself Mutant Vinyl who appears intent on crossing the boundaries between credibility and mainstream. How else does one explain support slots with Mystery Jets, Tricky and Rita Ora (not often Tricky Kid and Rita appear in the same sentence)?
'Through the smoke and sin she was dressed in Lavender' - there's a nice, oddly wonky eighties feel here with a touch of Prince, a saxophone that makes far more sense than it has any right to and vocals that are reminiscent of somebody or something that you can't quite put your finger on.
It's got something this. I'm not sure what that something is but it's definitely something
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