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With Wall in your library you can expect some curious music aficionado to wonder where the hell you found that. She was around since the last Olympics, and was signed to Black Cab Sessions Records, giving Wall all the credit they needed to make a hole for themselves in London and beyond. It is calm and beautiful, something gentle to ease our wound and smooth the frayed edges of our heart. Make sure you grab this amazing cover of Where Did Our Love Go originally by The Supremes (Right-Click + Save Target Link As…) :

Wall – Where Did Our Love Go (The Supremes) [audio:https://sodwee.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Where-Did-Our-Love-Go-The-Supremes.mp3]

Enter Wall, a London-based producer and singer-songwriter specialising in intimate, minimalist electro-pop. Gathered a few choice reviews from far and wide :

‘my favourite track of the year so far’ Steve Lamacq – BBC 6Music

‘Cloaked in enigmatic wooziness, the female fronted trio trade in eerie, yet soul-stirring dreamscapes’ NME

‘Her innocence, the purity of her voice, the maturity of her song craft, it is all remarkable, but perhaps more than any other factor it was the hypnotic nature of her quirky pop songs’ THE RECOMMENDER

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