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Confidence Man - Don't You Know I'm In A Band

Further proof that Confidence Man are the most fun.
Confidence Man - Don't You Know I'm In A Band
Published: 4:27 pm, February 28, 2018
Further proof that Confidence Man are the most fun.

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Born out of boredom of the sheer volume of ten-a-penny psych bands coming from down under, Confidence Man are an absolute breath of fresh air for those that like to move their feet. New single 'Don't You Know I'm In A Band' ushers in the announcement of their debut album ‘Confident Music For Confident People' with the same carefree groove that's already whipped the UK into a frenzy.

While the fun that comes with Confidence Man is an ironic smugness, and this track cranks that to the extreme; the words "Always a place for me, the VIP / The drinks are always flowing, and I'm smiling cause the drugs are free" are belted atop the thunderous disco grooves. It's further proof that Confidence Man are the most fun breakout band of the year. Cal Cashin

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