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    Single Review: Tears for Fears – I Love You but I’m Lost

    Rowanne Conway reviews the euphoric return of the legendary 80's duo Tears for Fears

    Written by Rowanne Conway on 20th November 2017

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    Single Review: Vance Joy – Like Gold

    Redbrick's Barney Whiteside looks forward to Vance Joy's upcoming album following another impressive single

    Written by Barney Whiteside on 17th November 2017

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    Single Review: Surfjan Stevens – Wallowa Lake Monster

    Letty Gardner reviews one of a multitude of Surfjan Stevens' recent outtake singles from the critically-acclaimed Carrie and Lowell

    Written by Letty Gardner on 17th November 2017

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    Single Review: Sia – Santa’s Coming For Us

    Sia's latest single breaks the mold of the Christmas song by actually being bearable, says Natasha Burden

    Written by natashaburden on 16th November 2017

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    Single Review: Tom Misch – Movie

    Music writer Rhi Storer checks out the first single from Tom Misch's long-awaited debut album

    Written by Rhi Storer on 14th November 2017

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    Single Review: Taylor Swift – …Ready For It?

    Taylor Swift's latest single from her upcoming album is the most promising so far, reviews Redbrick's Suraj Hallan

    Written by Suraj Hallan on 13th November 2017

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    Single Review: Sam Smith – Burning

    Ahead of his sophomore release The Thrill of It All, Olivia Francis-Pape finds Sam Smith's latest single reaches new emotive heights

    Written by Liv Francis-Pape on 13th November 2017

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    Single Review: Taylor Swift – Call It What You Want

    Ahead of the release of Reputation, Kat Smith searches for a glimmer of the old Taylor in her latest single

    Written by Kat Smith on 9th November 2017

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    Single Review: Paloma Faith – Guilty

    Music Critic Tasha Burden reviews Paloma Faith's surprisingly political latest single

    Written by natashaburden on 9th November 2017

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    Single Review: Santan Dave – Question Time

    Jonah Corren dissects Santan Dave's most recent politically-outspoken single

    Written by Jonah Corren on 7th November 2017

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    Single Review: First Aid Kit – Postcard

    First Aid Kit continue their streak of classic folk hits, reviews Rhiannon Storer

    Written by Rhi Storer on 4th November 2017

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    Single Review: Franz Ferdinand – Always Ascending

    Franz Ferdinand impress Katie Leigh-Lancaster with an infectious comeback single, but don't do quite enough to ascend to the heights of their own legacy

    Written by Katie Leigh-Lancaster on 4th November 2017
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