241 Shouts - 1,228,556 Scrobbles
Lucky Soul are not just a six-piece pop group from South East London, they are a bag of contradictions. Their intricate, insanely addictive pop seems effortless but is painstakingly, meticulously crafted; and even when the second album A Coming of Age seems to speak of sweet, uncomplicated love, you’ll find it to be actually doused in heartache and existential angst. Think of the barbed lyrics of a latter day Brian Wilson run through a magpie-esque pop sensibility taking in Stax, Motown, Edith Piaf, Dexy’s Midnight Runners, The Arcade Fire, Scott Walker...
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Lips Are Unhappy - (3:40) - 1,500 plays
- One Kiss Don't Make a Summer - (3:58) - 1,147 plays
- Add Your Light To Mine, Baby - (2:26) - 1,110 plays
- White Russian Doll - (2:25) - 1,021 plays
- Ain't Never Been Cool - (2:44) - 823 plays
- Struck Dumb - (2:50) - 729 plays
- Get Outta Town! - (3:47) - 621 plays
- Lonely This Christmas - (3:24) - 621 plays
- The Great Unwanted - (3:57) - 506 plays
- My Brittle Heart - (3:20) - 539 plays
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