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Boomkat Product Review:
Ignoring English Grammar 101, Sing Sing (aka Emma Anderson - formerly of Lush, and Lisa Oneil) have christened their new album 'And I'; a title which will have Robert Lowth as angry as a split infinitive. Their second outing as Sing Sing, Anderson and Oneil have paid their mid-afternoon-slot dues through Lush and Locust respectively, with their keen indie-pop acumen surfacing throughout. Despite the opening 'Lover' sounding uncannily like the jingle from the current Spam adverts (Spam Up!), Sing Sing soon hit their stride on the gorgeous 'Mister Kadali' and through the crackling detachment of 'Ruby'. Sounding at turns like Kate Bush and Echobelly (don't play innocent!), Sing Sing are aural magpies; picking a bit of Slowdive here ('Ruby') and some Broadcast there ('Going Out Tonight'), then massaging them into a guitar-pop package so catchy it should come with a W.H.O warning sticker. Sing when you're winning blood!