Winsome middle class siblings Kitty, Daisy and Lewis reappear for a third album of laid back old timey organic grooves. If lead single "Baby Bye Bye" sounded just a little too close to Mike Read's "UKIP Calypso" then the lyrics chart a more lovelorn territory that should help get it onto an advert before the summers out. Produced by Mick Jones of The Clash.
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Oh I don’t know what to make of this Kitty, Daisy and Lewis stuff. Phil has ordered a bunch of them and we all know what that means. Well you might not but I do. It means that next week I’ll have to sit and look at the list of things that haven’t sold and try to see what I can do about it.
I could lie to you and say that this is great and that you need this in your life but I’m four songs in and I’ve not heard a note of music I could recommend. The strange thing is that it has been produced by Mick Jones of The Clash. THE CLASH!!! Yet what we have is the kind of inoffensive soul-lite that is usually only heard piping down telephone lines when you are on hold getting angrier and angrier. They need to go back to basics, get some grit into their compositions and make something truly soulful. For now this is lite-as-the-breeze winsome folk pop that at best might appeal to Mumfords fans. Hope that doesn't stop you getting the £120 box set.
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