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1 review »The eighties are well and truly back yet again aren't they? I recall the first Florence & the Machine single landing in new boy Brett's pile and giggled as his lip curled into a sneer that'd have Billy Idol seething with envy. I've got her "newie" 'Rabbit Heart' and the sleeve is enough to give me the shivers. A demented kohl eyed woman using a white bunny to hide her bloody fang-fil ... »

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Rabbit Heart (Raise it Up) by Florence And The Machine
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18 people love this record. Be the 19th!
8/10 Brian Staff review, 18 June 2009
The eighties are well and truly back yet again aren't they? I recall the first Florence & the Machine single landing in new boy Brett's pile and giggled as his lip curled into a sneer that'd have Billy Idol seething with envy. I've got her "newie" 'Rabbit Heart' and the sleeve is enough to give me the shivers. A demented kohl eyed woman using a white bunny to hide her bloody fang-filled mouth and obscene warty chin no doubt. Think she's wearing proper old lacy granny knick knacks too. She needs a lie down...The song is damn catchy with an irresistible anthemic chorus kinda nicked from a big chart hit from the late 80s/early 90s. She's got that Bat For Lashes thang going on, she obviously sleeps with a copy of Tango in the Night under her bed. Ant & Philthy agree she's leading the female leg of whatever glossy pop revival Jack Penate is spearheading. It's pretty rich, quality radio pop with a classic sheen and the words smash hit cannot be avoided here. Cockney barrow boy Jamie T sprinkles his dubious magic over it in the form of a remix. Wot! Why no dubstep/breakzzz version?

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