This one crept back into my subconscious and playlist a few weeks ago and having revisited the single, the original version, the remix and parent album I can confirm it’s still stuck there. New Fast Automatic Daffodils were caught up in the Madchester scene and released some sublimely funky indie-dance-rock, sinewy basslines and scratchy guitars, left of centre and off kilter with singer Andy Spearpoint’s stream of lyrics adding to the fun- ‘the desert grow three miles a year, it just grows, it just grows, I put my pain in a jar, it will be full tomorrow’.

For the remix on the 12″ Jon da Silva added some dancefloor electronics and it is still cooking up a storm.

Big (Baka)

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