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Drug Store Romeos take inspiration from Boston songwriter The Space Lady for their new single, 'Jim, Let’s Play'

They've moved their new London show, too.
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Published: 10:44 am, November 10, 2020
Drug Store Romeos take inspiration from Boston songwriter The Space Lady for their new single, 'Jim, Let’s Play'

Drug Store Romeos have shared their new single, 'Jim, Let’s Play'.

The follow-up to 'Quotations For Locations' is an homage to cult Boston songwriter The Space Lady, and arrives with news that the Fleet, Hampshire trio's gig at SET Dalston on 19th November has now (unsurprisingly) moved a bit, to 15th April 2021.

Sarah Downey says of the new offering: “We were improvising with the cut-up method in my bedroom when, all at once the words ‘Jim’ and ’Lets play’ jumped out of the cut out word sheet onto a melody that caught it in the air.

"The Space Lady fans would be pleased to hear the lady herself approves this message (we sent her the song and she gave it the go-ahead!). At the time of writing we were all in awe with her Greatest Hits album. She greatly influenced our evolving sound and we felt it right to leave a little thank you to her in one of our songs.”

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