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Get Inuit - All My Friends

Indie's future number one banger merchants are at it again.
Get Inuit - All My Friends
Published: 7:20 am, May 06, 2017
Indie's future number one banger merchants are at it again.

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You’ll not find it on the front pages, but there’s an arms race underway in the UK indie underground. As bangers go off left, right and centre, it could well be Get Inuit that pack the deciding punch.

‘All My Friends’ is the kind of sugar soaked, melody laden warhead that we’ve come to expect. Rammed full of off kilter harmony, there’s a sweet edge to a melancholy refrain. Locked into the modern condition - fighting against growing up in a world determined to hold a whole generation down - it still manages to sparkle and shine.

Another delicious appetiser to what hopefully should be an album full of polished gems, when Get Inuit finally deliver the mother lode, everyone else will be running for cover. Stephen Ackroyd

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