As a second taster of the album to come, Once Do It With Feeling, “Seaside Girls” is helping to put up a compelling argument that this is an album you will need to buy as soon as it drops. And again, just like the previous single, “Every Day a Fresh Atrocity”, they display a fantastic ability to make the dark and heavy melodic and accessible, the deep and meaningful infectious and addictive. And that is a hard thing to do. Usually, artists working with such rich weaves come across as po-faced and overly severe. Those ploughing more melodic furrows often seem lightweight and thrown away…

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