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The NME.com said:
When its not enjoying an imperial phase, guitar music does well to cosy up to pop.
So, in 2016, Catfish do pop with a Liam Gallagher snarl.
The 1975 do pop with Tame Impalas breadth.
Bastille, meanwhile, just do straightup pop.
Enter Stockport fivepiece Blossoms this years biggest guitarpop shooting stars, named after a pub and looking like snakehipped garage rockers from the wrong side of Scarysex Central occasionally sounding like Ellie Goulding.
Tipped for greatness by the BBC Sound Of 2016 poll, theyre cunningly making a stealth assault on chart territory.
Their debut album opens as radiofriendly as it can be the irrepressible Charlemagne is built around Running Up That Hill rhythms, clubland synthpop and a hook worthy of Hall