Post-punk is such a tricky term. Why? Because it has to cover so much ground, encompass so many styles, and take on board such a musical spectrum, it almost becomes redundant, or at least too large and unwieldy. But oddly enough, it is actually a perfect term for London Plane in general and their sophomore album, Bright Black in particular…

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