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British Sea Power may have released one of the most criminally underrated albums - and indeed whole musical projects OF ALL TIME - in last year's Man Of Aran. Which, in some ways, is a shame. They return with a new album next year, though, and we can now get a little taste of it as they've made a track free to download.
It's called 'Living Is So Easy' and can be obtained by clicking here or by using the embedded widget thing below. Both pretty simple, in fairness.
Here's what the band had to say about it, in a very matter-of-fact way.
"The song Living Is So Easy features electronic keyboards, some Louis Vuitton and clay pigeons. It’s a mixture of Serge Gainsbourg and Ralf and Florian era Kraftwerk with a sprinkle of Stock, Aitken and Waterman. It’s our most electronic song to date, but it’s not doom 1980s electronica. This is the high life."
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