London 4 piece blah formed last year blah blah, make "insane psychedelic music" that references Philip Spektor (no relation to daughter Regine), Oz Mutants (an Australian circus act) and probably loads of other things with hair and tie-dyed clothing. Have the erstwhile seven inch-ah single to sell at their gigs or throw at gormless shop that has millions of unsold 7"s already clogging up shelves. Make staff angry and cry-ayed. Me want to go home. This Too Pure, it isn't the Too Pure. You know. Where is this thing, this healing of th' faith. The old PJ Harveys and Der squeaky wheeled Perambulators. I miss the Stereophoniclab too. Waaaah. get me the buggerlugs out of here.
A. Tamaho Hitman pt1B. Tamaho Hitma pt 2 ( Instrumental )
7" £5.49 Pure308s
Ltd Too Pure Singles Club 7".
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Possibly choosing their single by sticking a pin in the internet, Too Pure return with this vaguely psychedelic offering from London's Sun Machine. It wibbles, it wobbles, it struts along in a vaguely Tame Impala way but without a modicum of their sense of melody. Over on the flip you get an instrumental version of the same track so you can sing along if you like or you could just freak out to the late 60's Pink Floyd/Hawkwind freakout tones.
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