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Apologies (from a tour)

April 10, 2012

I’m booking a big summer tour for folk/electronic act The Duke of Norfolk, and that has me busy. (If you live in a city, and you want to play a show with the three-piece, shoot me an e-mail at indieclauses@gmail.com!)

This means that I’ve been listening to a lot of music, but I haven’t been writing about it. Good job, bloggerself. But I absolutely love the Here We Go Magic track “How Do I Know?” that hit my inbox today. It’s a great slice of propulsive summer pop, complete with handclaps, some drifty haze, and boy/girl vocals. Hello, summer.

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