Monday, June 19, 2017

Haim's Little Of Your Love is a sweet pop gem

According to Haim, Little of Your Love song was written as a throwaway contribution to a film soundtrack - but they loved it so much they kept it for themselves. Which, as you'll hear above, was entirely the right decision.

Inspired by those burger joint pop jams of the 50s, with a nod to their love of Madonna's True Blue and a superb rock wig-out in the coda, the single is their most out-and-out pop moment since The Wire.

In other words, it's as magnificent and summery as a cold pint of cider, and should be a handclapping highlight of their Glastonbury set this weekend, where I fully intend to be bopping around like a fanboy.

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