Track Of The Day #114: Errant Boy – Black Dress, Black Cab

Posted by David McElroy

Errant Boy

Errant Boy‘s Black Dress, Black Cab is frankly superb.  A mix of Young Americans era Bowie clashing with the wily pop sensibilities of the likes of Orange Juice, the track is as lively as you like and simply can’t fail to put a skip in your step.  It’s a taster for what is sure to be a superb debut album which is due to land in Spring 2016.

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Posted by: Toni Spencer, 20th February 2016