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Thursday

TURIN BRAKES: Fishing For A Dream

Throughout the history of folk, there is something definitive about the power of two. From classic Simon and Garfunkel, modern Everything But The Girl, quiet loudness Kings of Convenience, folk seems best served in twos. Leading off from their third collection, Jackinabox, is this track from the two post rave come down strumming Londoners. Watch the video (real).

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