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T-Rex. If Temples' previous single sounded rather wonderfully like Teardrop Explodes then this goes way back to the early '70s for inspiration. The opening few bars couldn’t be more T-Rex if the singer had curly hair (which handily he does). The track evolves nicely from this glam stomp, it lurches forward into an excellent chorus which is a lot more early Pink Floyd/Syd Barrett in execution ...

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Keep In The Dark by Temples
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9/10 Clinton Staff review, 04 October 2013

T-Rex. If Temples' previous single sounded rather wonderfully like Teardrop Explodes then this goes way back to the early '70s for inspiration. The opening few bars couldn’t be more T-Rex if the singer had curly hair (which handily he does). The track evolves nicely from this glam stomp, it lurches forward into an excellent chorus which is a lot more early Pink Floyd/Syd Barrett in execution. In fact the whole thing sounds like Marc Bolan interpreting ‘See Emily Play’ from memory. A catchy, memorable chorus edges it towards classic status.

The flip side is more classy '60s inspired stuff, a little bit Kinks here, United States of America there and Tame Impala right over there. That's two good singles in a row from Temples now. I expect after this that their album will be great. Go seek.


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