CD Review: Scouting For Girls: Everybody Wants To Be On TV
KINGS of indie pop, Scouting for Girls are back with a new album full of infectious and lively tunes.
In 2008, they became the biggest selling new British band of the year. Fronted by boy-next-door heartthrob, Roy Stride, they became renowned for their popular, sing-along pop songs, She’s So Lovely, Heartbeat and Elvis Ain’t Dead. Confident and lively as ever this album is excellent and a sure-fire hit offering plenty of feel good summer tracks.
It opens with This Ain’t A Love Song, a powerful love song and one of my favourites.
Little Miss Naughty, Famous and Posh Girls are definite chart-topping hits.
Very uplifting and uptempo.
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