Angelica

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  • Slaves vocalist Issac Holman explained the song's meaning to NME: "If you're in a band that's got any kind of success, whether it's a tiny bit or a lot, you've definitely come across and Angelica. Someone who's a bit of a leech, a clinger-on."
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