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However irritating they are, the Dandy Warhols can write songs

9 February 2019

9:00 AM

9 February 2019

9:00 AM

Grade: A–

I’m here to make you feel old. It’s now nearly 20 years since the pleasing, laconic, Stones pastiche of ‘Bohemian Like You’ hit the charts, the breakthrough song of these faux-indie Portland slackers. They were ever a little despised, even then, partly for their pop sensibilities and partly because there is indeed something supremely irritating about them.

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