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Feels Like Summer - EP

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Album Review

This debut release from ex-Lush Emma Anderson's splinter outfit is a rather muted experience of quiet guitar pop played with the strut of '60s go-go dancers. Singer Lisa O'Neill (the Mad Professor, Locust) gently lifts these simple songs into coos and sighs with the presence of a more restrained Björk or an even more seductive Lauren Laverne. Believe it: "Feels Like Summer" is a James Bond theme if it were sucked dry of unapologetic misogyny, "Hit and Run" is a randy take on Darude's "Sandstorm," and through it all, O'Neill sings every verse like she wants to tear off your pants with her bare teeth. Depression? Sex? More, please.

Biography

Formed: 1997 in Camden, London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Indie pop group Sing-Sing formed after former Lush guitarist/vocalist Emma Anderson met vocalist Lisa O'Neill in mid-1997. Roughly eight months later, the duo recorded a four-song demo with Elastica's Justin Welch playing drums. Two months after that, another demo was recorded with the help of producer Mark Van Hoen, who O'Neill had worked with previously in Locust. Ex-Cocteau Twins Simon Raymonde and Robin Guthrie heard it and eventually released the Feels Like Summer single on their label, Bella...
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