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The Irish Times review of 'Sex and Money'

Really pleased with Tony Clayton Lea's album review for 'Sex and Money.'

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 'Sex and Money' album review by Tony Clayton Lea

'Sex and Money' album review by Tony Clayton Lea

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'Sex and Money' Hot Press review

Delighted with the kind words from Ireland's leading music magazine Hot Press about our Sex and Money album. You can read Edwin McFee's review below.

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Hotpress review of 'Sex and Money'
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Five Grand Stereo's "1975" featured on BBC2

Nice to see a bit of love for Five Grand Stereo at the Beeb! Our song '1975' was featured recently as the closing track for the coverage of the Manchester City Games. Take a look and a listen over on BBC iPlayer

If you'd like to listen to the song in full, you'll find a live performance here.

 

 

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Classic Rock Magazine premiere our new video

Classic Rock Magazine have kindly run a première of our new video as part of their Tracks of the Week feature. You can watch it below.

This is is a fine piece of power-pop, like Marc Bolan impersonating Jeff Lynne on the way over to David Bowie’s house, full of clever hooks and surprising key changes. It also pretends that the 1980s never happened, which, for many, will be a very good thing.
— Classic Rock Magazine
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