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The Leisure Society's debut album 'The Sleeper' is one of those classic records everyone should own, a masterclass in songwriting, recalling at times Nick Drake and Love shot through with a fun folk pop sensibility. It's rather worrying then for their new single to be like a less memorable version of one of the more upbeat numbers of the debut that strays a little too close into festival folk Mumf ...

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This Phantom Life by The Leisure Society
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 21 April 2011

The Leisure Society's debut album 'The Sleeper' is one of those classic records everyone should own, a masterclass in songwriting, recalling at times Nick Drake and Love shot through with a fun folk pop sensibility. It's rather worrying then for their new single to be like a less memorable version of one of the more upbeat numbers of the debut that strays a little too close into festival folk Mumford and Sons territory. The B side 'Flying' however is terrific, a soaring version of The Telescopes 'Flying' which in this guise sounds like some kind of hazy lost late 60's classic. Absolutely brilliant, I wish I liked the A side more but with the festival circuit ahead of them I suppose they are going to have to get the families jumping.


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