Spang Sisters: the jangly, sun drenched end point of millennia’s worth of evolution

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The Spang began life some 250 million years ago as a shapeless gaseous entity, consisting for the most part of vapour mass. Over time however, it expanded into the minds of five young men and made them go out and write some sexy flannel pop numbers. What you now see is the jangly, sun drenched end point of millennia’s worth of evolution: Spang Sisters

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