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Thelma Ball ‘Start A Fight’ : Showcase the modern day commentary in a most frightfully fulfilling way.

Thelma Ball

A wrangling of rock, straight off the block, Thelma Ball’s unequivocal sanity, wraps you around and makes you smile.

‘Start a Fight’ poses as much of a metaphorical mental grappling with trusting your inner orientation and finding excitement within the unclear, as it does a simplicity, enjoyed as a reckless drive to entangle with the unknown.

The playfulness and vocal melody, almost ‘50s esque in structure, gets you up and looking for a dance partner on the floor.

Following previous release, ‘Toys’ and ‘Shy & Unappealing’, the band perfectly showcase the modern day commentary in a most frightfully fulfilling way.

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