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Lemon ‘Love Can Take You Places’ (Nedchester edit) : Hi-definition drums and percussion, with the iconic bounds of such vibes.

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With Cath Coffey of the legendary Stereo MC’s as guest singer, the new Lemon track breathes the vibe of the Second Summer of Love. Think Primal Scream, Happy Mondays, Stone Roses, The Charlatans and of course Stereo MC’s.

Lemon tweaked the MADchester sound from the Nineties into a sound they call NEDchester. You may recognize influences of Primal Scream, The Kooks, Talking Heads, Kasabian, Phoenix, Dandy Warhols and Stone Roses.

Cath Coffey’s vocals, wherever it goes, is synonymous with Stereo MC’s and it give this single the zest that equally deserves. Hi-definition drums and percussion, with the iconic bounds of such vibes of excitement, takes you to an exalting mountain and never let’s you go.

Mark Bongers, Thomas Gense, Paul Hesen and Ralf Hesen together are Lemon.

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Don’t lose your rhythm ✌️

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