FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO

"Trafalgar Square" - Jonathan Wilson

"Trafalgar Square" - Jonathan Wilson

This song has many elements - there's a bit of Floyd-esque psychadelia, then it goes a bit Norman Greenbaum, at least one of the chord changes is cribbed directly from "White Punks On Dope". As such, it's completely bloody marvellous.

Playing at Shepherd's Bush Empire on the 7th September. Find him on Twitter at @songsofjw, Facebook at songsofjw.

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Posted Tuesday, April 17, 2018.



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FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO is positively ravenous for new music. All of it. Got a tip? @fsodisco on the twitters.

Est. 2018. Proudly curated in Acton Town.

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FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO is positively ravenous for new music. All of it. Got a tip? @fsodisco on the twitters.

Est. 2018. Proudly curated in Acton Town.

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