Sunday, 3 January 2010

And I'd like it if you made it to mind my Christmas Eve, so you can hold me and we'll watch Christmas TV

Sorry Bob Dylan, sorry Scholars, sorry Blakfish, sorry...uh Rage?
But the very best yuletide record of 2009 was unquestionably put out by Sheffield's very own Slow Club. Quixotic lyrics, beautiful but never ever overdone girl/boy vocal interplay and better hooks that David Haye.
(Plus it's approved by Penny and Le Saucy)
Along with Pulled Apart By Horses, Bell Plaines and Ellie Goulding they're my bands to watch in the opening act of the new decade. Checkitttt

6 comments:

  1. christmas tv was first released in 2008 soz bbz ;) better hooks than david haye is brilliant, i hope you didn't steal that!

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  2. ahhhh dear richard, the compilation 'dear christmas, thanks for nothing' (WHICH I FRACKING LOVE YOU FOR PURCHASING FOR ME), which included christmas tv was put out in 2009 ;D
    it's original, yes, and thank youuu

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  3. PULLED APART BY HORSES
    i enjoy that my musical influences are carrying over into the new decade ;D

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  4. yes but christmas tv was released as a free download in two double oh eight

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  5. yessss but by record i don't mean specifically mean track, so i'm awarding it to slow club for 'dear christmas, thanks for nothing'

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  6. pffft well there's still no dear, dear

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