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November 2018
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The Magic Gang – Take Care

Shiny, infectious and, above all, bloody good fun.
The Magic Gang – Take Care
Published: 1:42 pm, March 12, 2018
Shiny, infectious and, above all, bloody good fun.

Banger




The Magic Gang’s debut is out in under a week, and to make the time pass a bit quicker, they’ve released new track 'Take Care'. Thanks for helping tide us over, lads.

Switching gears a bit from the standard Magic Gang sound, ‘Take Care’ features bassist Gus on lead vocals and starts with a lone piano. It’s pretty bloody emotional, basically. But before you start filing ‘Take Care’ away in your ‘a bit like Elton John’ playlist, don’t worry, it’s still very much a Magic Gang track (which means it’s an absolute stonker).

The slow build from the minimal beginning is perfectly executed, and by the end, you’re likely to be waving a lighter in the air, even if you’re listening on the bus and don’t smoke. It also still has the unmistakable Magic Gang feel to it: shiny, infectious and, above all, bloody good fun.

‘Take Care’ is a brilliant example of how to slow things down without compromising on quality. We’re really, really, really excited for the debut from these guys, and you should be too. Jake Hawkes

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