In April South London’s Margot emerged the with strikingly accomplished debut single “Desensitised”, a dream-pop lament to the repetitious nature of modern capital-city life, and are now following this up with the similarly well-honed “Twenty Six”.

Having already taken inspiration, both positive and negative, from their concrete surroundings, and reflecting on the way the external city impacts on a person’s life, Margot decide to turn the camera inwards on the infectious new single.

From the opening lackadaisical anti-riff onwards, the touchstones to dream-pop artists old and new are apparent, yet there’s a unique thread running throughout. This is generated by the collective way the quintet creates not only their music, but art and visuals as well.