For one single moment your whole life can turn around, I stand there for a minute staring straight into the ground'
2004 couldn’t have started better for The Streets, not only did the second album ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’ receive immense critical acclaim across the board (the album going platinum in less than two weeks), the sold out UK tour was a roaring success.
With the release of ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’ Mike Skinner has secured his place in the ranks of the great British songwriters. More like an aural movie than any album you have ever heard, it’s innovative narrative and plot over Skinner’s bedroom spun beats makes it the most exciting album you will hear this year.
The Streets are about to embark on a three week US tour, returning in July to entertain the masses at various European festivals.
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