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Listen to The Streets’ celebratory new song ‘Who’s Got The Bag (21st June)’

NME 05 Mar 2021
Mike Skinner’s latest Streets offering is an ode to the potential lifting of coronavirus-enforced restrictions in the UK on June 21 – the earliest possible point when all limits on social contact will be removed by the government ... The Streets are set to headline the one-day MADE Festival in Sandwell Valley Country Park in July.
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Listen to The Streets’ Mike Skinner air his lockdown frustrations on new track ‘Where The ...

NME 08 May 2020
The StreetsMike Skinner has shared another new track ‘Where The F*&K did April Go’ ... Lisen to the track below ... Meanwhile, Skinner is set to join The CharlatansTim Burgess for one of his Twitter listening parties to mark debut album ‘Original Pirate Material’.
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Listen to The Streets' new song 'How Long's It Been?' featuring Flohio, from a new ...

NME 18 Jul 2019
The Streets have shared a new song called ‘How Long’s It Been?’. Recorded live to vinyl at Abbey Road Studios, the new track features buzzy London rapper Flohio, and is taken from a new mixtape out later this year, which a press release describes as a “collaborative” effort.
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Multinationals should listen to the street - not the City

The Observer 10 Sep 2006
The state turned its back on the street; people turned their backs on the state, forced to rely on themselves and each other ... 'They changed because of pressure from the street.' At home, the 'street' is a virgin market of individuals ready to share their cash in a new kind of commercial relationship.
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