The history books are littered with bands naming themselves after songs. Shakespears Sister, Deacon Blue, The Ordinary Boys and Jet probably sit on the wrong side of the fence for those trying to put forward a case why it's a good idea. Radiohead, The Sisters Of Mercy, Ladytron and Blonde Redhead on the other hand stand out as shining examples of why such homage need not necessarily amount to plagiarism or just a complete lack of nous. Glasgow collective - and judging by the number of intermittent members and guests collective is a more apt descriptor than band - She's Hit fall succinctly into the latter camp if 'Pleasure', their first long player is anything to go by.
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