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This single from Oakland slackers Bare Wires is such a throwback. Its not a sturgeon with the face of John Terry or a trout with ten fingers clutching a picture of Finding Forrester instead of gills. It's rooted in 70's... well not so much rooted as living in the 70's. The title track is a glam rock affair with a Glitter stomp drumbeat and vocals that drawl across the proceedings like a lazy coil ...

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Don’t Ever Change by Bare Wires
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6/10 Dave Staff review, 17 March 2011

This single from Oakland slackers Bare Wires is such a throwback. Its not a sturgeon with the face of John Terry or a trout with ten fingers clutching a picture of Finding Forrester instead of gills. It's rooted in 70's... well not so much rooted as living in the 70's. The title track is a glam rock affair with a Glitter stomp drumbeat and vocals that drawl across the proceedings like a lazy coil of hashish smoke. The flip side sounds so much like "Get Back" by The Beatles I reckon Bare Wires might be hearing a knock at their door from a certain Mr McCartney....if McCartney actually bothered to listen to new music and wasn't completely baked on luscious Green. Not a bad single even though you cant help but think about flares and Tiger Sharks off the coast of Brighton...


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