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Premiere: 485C
“She’ll Lie”

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Good grief, there are a lot of you that wanna come to Reading but have a lot to learn about the art of the blag. Let us give you some tips in the context of a pretty massive fucking festival, which is funnily enough what we’re dealing with here. Firstly, where possible, try to start the brown-nosing more than a day ahead of the event itself. Like, maybe a year maximum (so you can start asking about 2017 now if you like), and a minimum of a month. Secondly, if you are gonna brown-nose, try doing it in a less disingenuous way beyond merely stating “have you got any guestlist hook ups”. Y’know, things like “hello”, and maybe “how are you”, typically go some way to convince those on the receiving end that you might actually care about the recipient beyond their abilities to sort you out. This tethers neatly onto a wider topic we like to called The Concept Of Giving & Taking, but that’s a much bigger story for another time. And as you might be able to infer, we are pretty fucking strapped for time right now. But despite our internet-grumpiness, in the real world we’re actually quite pumped. The office is buzzing with excitement ahead of tomorrow, and perhaps a little bit anxious given the amount of prep that’s gone into this and the moving parts that are still very much mobile. Other than that, everyone seems to be looking forward to getting pretty blotto this weekend. Soundtracking this heightening anticipation is the premiere of She’ll Lie, the debut single from 485C. There’s been some radio-spinny action from indie-rock bloke Steve Lamacq over at 6Music already, and it turns out we’re involved in the live context as these guys will be gracing the New Moons stage in September – which is really bloody soon we’ve just realised – at the Tooting Tram & Social alongside Cortes. Much schwing. As part of a double-A side single being put the hell out by those fabulous party people at Fierce Panda, this is straight-outta-East-London indie, giving you glimpses of contemporaries VYNCE and Native People in the mix. So, basically, listen to this and quit asking us for stuff for at least 72 hours. Jeah.


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