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If Mumford and Sons, The Pogues and Metallica had a threeway lovechild it would be a Round Mountain Girl. With four albums behind them, and coined in the press as the ‘finest purveyors of Celtabillypunkfolkrootsgrass in the southern hemisphere’, they are capable of taking you to places you didn’t know existed. Fast and furious, tender and humourous, great playing, great songs. You’ll forget you’ve got a mortgage, forget your dog’s just died and that the ice caps are melting as you get carried along on the wave of euphoria they generate.
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