Girl Fight

Album: Not released on an album (2014)
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  • This song tells of a rough night out in Slaves' home town of Royal Tunbridge Wells. The track disappeared from the band's setlists because the duo fear its two-minute, spoken-word intro and 27-second running time might mark them out as jokers. "I feel like we're a small percentage a comedy band – like, we're not a joke, but at the same time, it is a joke?" guitarist Laurie Vincent told NME. "I think you've got to have both sides."
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