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Frankie Rose and The Outs, Luminaire

Frankie Rose and The Outs, Luminaire

Brooklyn's new fuzz-pop queens make their London debut

Frankie Rose and the Outs on their way to audition for 'Macbeth'Lauren Bilanko

Miss Frankie Rose is the veteran of scads of über-trendy bands. In desperately hip, always stewing Brooklyn, she's a one-woman music scene. Inspired by the mid/late-Eighties UK indie sound, The Cramps, Phil Spector and Sixties girl groups, she's landed in north London with her new band Frankie Rose and the Outs. Their debut album is a wonderful fuzz-pop confection, but could it work live?

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