80s indie pop pioneers The Primitives are back with a new song from their forthcoming album 'Spin-O-Rama' and it's familiarly sprightly; employing their hallmark C86 guitar sound, this 7" single recalls the melodic jangle of yesteryear, with a chorus so catchy that it's worthy of a number 1 hit. In true Primitives style, the B-side contains a cover of an obscure gem 'Up So High', a long forgotton track originally recorded by a mid-sixties band called The What's New. Harking back to their pinnacle of 1988's 'Lovely', it's sure to get everyone in a spin for rest of the new material.
'Spin-O-Rama' is a limitied edition of just 500 copies, and includes a digital download.
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- ER329 / Ltd clear vinyl 7" on Elefant. Numbered edition of 500 copies
- Includes download code
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