Tuesday, November 11, 2008

The Bon Bon Club – Lullabye

If there’s one thing that’s certain about Rocktimists it’s that we love The Cure. We're riding Robert Smith’s dick (white-painted with a little bit of smeary lipstick around the top) harder than anyone. So, in honour of their new album entering the charts at thirty-three, here’s an awesome bass, drums and vox version of their inadvertent Balearic classic “Lullabye” which reverse-engineers the originals tale of gynophobia with sweetly cooing female voices. It's taken from the recent 7” by Sheffield's The Bon Bon Club, which is the rhythm section—Screech and Reenie—of the recently split glam-popsters Long Blondes along with Claire from angular records post-punkers Navvy. You can buy it here.

The Bon Bon Club - Lullabye

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