I would say that anyone who can blend the gothic edge of Bauhaus with the quirky pop stylings of Shriekback and still come out with something that doesn’t really sound like either or perhaps sounds like both simultaneously, has to be a band worth keeping an eye on. Or should that be ear on? But that is what London Planemanages to do on “Francesco (Italiano)” a single that helps light the way to their full-length album, Bright Black….

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