We’ve had an eye on GU-RU ever since catching them support Rosalie Cunningham and seeing Lee Spreadbury do a double shift on keyboards in both bands. Teach Me is their groovy new single.
Another round of gigs with Rosalie and their own local shows (“Hello Stretford!“) have all bitten the dust for the time being at least, so why not kick on with something to keep up the spirits.
Here’s the perfect chance for us to roll out some Seventies disco cliches that we actually remember oh so well. So, don your top hat and cape or whatever you wear with your dancing shoes and get down (or up if you prefer) with a hint of a retro shuffle. Everyone has a mirror ball or one of those ball-shaped lighting toys that throws coloured beams around the room (surely?). The lava lamp is optionalalthough most good homes will have one. It evokes that sort of mood.
Watch the video for Teach Me here:
Don’t we need a bit of joy and colour right now. Fabulous graphics by Lucy May Robinson and a musical nod to getting up on the dance floor be it with a dash of letting things hang out or just loose of a Saturday Night (Fever) or via the Madchester grooves of the Mondays.
All we need now is a clutch of 12″ single (remember them?) mixes. Coloured vinyl natch.
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