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"Too Young" - Low Island

"Too Young" - Low Island

Lightly obsessed with the snare drum in this song. Good snare and thick synth. Mmmmm.

Low Island (@lowislandmusic) appear to be continuing their good form  - check "Just About Somewhere" from last year. See Low Island & Friends at Scala on 26th April.

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Posted Wednesday, March 21, 2018.


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