Say what you want about the eighties - it's the decade that keeps on giving. Body Language are from that hipster nexus Brooklyn, but any similarities to their wraparound shade and skinny jeans wearing contemporaries - from a musical perspective anyway - is purely coincidental. Instead, they're all about the neon, pastel shades and plasticised soul of the decade that taste has happily long forgot.

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