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Teleman's 'inner dork' playlist

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Published: 1:25 pm, September 07, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Teleman's 'inner dork' playlist

London foursome Teleman have just dropped their brand new album, ‘Family of Aliens’, a record full of pop songs about seagulls, cacti, wine and all sorts.

To celebrate the release, they’ve put together a twenty-eight track playlist that features cuts from Dev Hynes, David Bowie, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Self Esteem and loads more.

“In this playlist Pete explored his inner dork and found mystical cats, Russian ballet, circumstellar discs and girls with modular synths,” they explain.

Check it out below, and catch the group at Rough Trade East later today (Friday, 7th September).

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