The Spook School's music is certainly political -- written from the crucial voice of a trans person's perspective -- but its vital message has a razor-sharp catchiness and chiming dynamic that makes the Scottish group's songs soar with a stinging grace.
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The Spook School's music is certainly political -- written from the crucial voice of a trans person's perspective -- but its vital message has a razor-sharp catchiness and chiming dynamic that makes the Scottish group's songs soar with a stinging grace. Joining DJ Miss Ashley in the KEXP Live Room, the band played four songs from their latest album, Could It Be Different? Recorded 02/09/2018. 

1. Less Than Perfect
2. Body
3. Keep In Touch
4. Still Alive
 

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