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Recently, Hamburg’s duo Fake Plastic have released their selftitled debut album. The ten-track release contains half an hour of rebellious and yet poetic, angry but still romantic sounds and words. Fake Plastic let the raw power of Garage Rock clash with the gloomy atmosphere of Grunge and add some melancholic Post Punk seasoning before stirring their sonic mix up. Today’s spotlight is set up the album’s shortest song, the previously released single Endless No. It is a great flagship for the album since within only 150 seconds, it combines gloomy and warm melodies with activating rhythms. And with its catchy chorus, the song finds its climax amidst an endless loop of eternal circles.
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