The Teenagers – ‘Love No’ – Single Review

Pulsating with sardonic adolescent lust, The Teenagers’ ‘Love No’ oozes with the pretension that would be expected from a trio of Parisians that hopped on the Eurostar for Capital Scene City, England.

It comes as no surprise that the band were conceived from a fake MySpace page for a fictional band; but the intrigue sold, the satire continues and the sinlges become evermore sarcastic. ‘Love No’ is about fulfilling as juvenile delinquents “sincerest” apologies that silently mocks with insolence. A stripped-down two chord Pet Shop Boys lo-fi thrash backed by Serge Gainsbourg inspired lyrics of broken youth poetry leaves an essence that is more velvet bed sheet porn than Velvet Underground longevity.

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