With a name which sounds like the protagonists in a magical land where the people fish in clouds for candy floss with a magical talking heron, Kitty, Daisy & Lewis create music which sounds quite similar. This 7” single of Baby Bye Bye is a sweet, charming little folky, blues number which chimes along at a nice pace. Strangely enough the upcoming album was produced by Mick Jones of The Clash fame. Dreams do come true.
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‘Bye Bye Baby’ is only indistinguishable from Mike Read’s ‘UKIP Calypso’ by its lyrics which concern a doomed romantic liaison rather than whining about foreigners coming over to take all the jobs that us Brits are too lazy to get up off our fucking arses to do. It’s very summery. which makes you wonder why it's been released in deepest darkest December. Overleaf is a “dub” version which is no King Tubby bass exploration, and instead adds a booming bass line and takes off the cod calypso. The question is... why are three middle class white kids pretending to be black? Produced by Mick Jones of The Clash. It's a funny old world.
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