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Satellite is Jonny Green, a one-time painter with echoes of Ed Harcourt as well as McAloon in these songs of harmless, surreal insanity set to cheap, bleeping sequencer symphonies. It bounces along in open-hearted style, with love only ever an unlikely lyric away: “I don’t know why a psychopath like you went for me/I’m only glad that I got the chance to see what we could be…”

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