Coming on like an exuberant bundle of indie-pop joy, “Spitfire Susie”, is one of those rare pop songs, one that ticks all of the boxes in terms of infectiousness, addiction, groove and melody and has some real depth. Beneath all of the fun of the tune and the upbeat delivery is the story of an extraordinary woman, of a late-blooming friendship and the unparallelled tales of nearly a hundred years of a life well-lived…

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