Keith Mosfet

You may think you’ve accidentally tuned into a radio broadcast when you hear the track.

The song is almost sarcastically sung with a sprinkling of explicits that aren’t used for shock value but rather to add to the “superficial hypocrite” character portrayed by the vocalist. The 60s / 70s / Britpop production value is high, with the vocals resembling narratives such as Billy Joe’s. It’s modern, it’s shameless and it’s a must-listen-to.

Check it out today!

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Words Emma Stevens

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