A double A-side? Whatever next? In a world where artists can, and indeed do, release their latest creative urges as fast as their little legs will carry them or dump a 27-track album release out of the blue, and seemingly do so with no plan or promotional prospects, I am glad that there are bands around who still put out double A-side singles. And I’m old enough to appreciate the gesture. It might not fit with the modern modus operandi, but it means the world to me…

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