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Anglo-Irish folk band Roving Crows bustle with energy, their fiddles and guitar brightened with Mariaichi-tinged trumpet.

Their own songs have an earthy wit: ‘Nancy Valentine’ is a multi-dimensional soap opera, with a young grandmother beset by her ne’er-do-well children. ‘Guns’ mashes together the Penguin Café Orchestra’s ‘Music For A Found Harmonium’ with the theme from The Magnificent Seven.

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