Wild Belle are an adventurous brother-and-sister duo whose eclectic, richly detailed indie pop is informed by reggae, Afrobeat, soul, and many other genres. Their full-length debut, Isles, appeared on Columbia in , and the duo subsequently performed on several television programs and toured across the world, making appearances at major festivals such as Coachella and Lollapalooza. Following the darker sophomore effort Dreamland , the duo went the independent route and released their audacious third album, Everybody One of a Kind, through their own label in Chicago-area natives Elliot and Natalie Bergman grew up playing music, with Elliot eventually studying jazz saxophone at the University of Michigan. Soon after, the duo began working on Natalie's songs and Wild Belle was born. A year later, the duo released the single "Keep You" and drew label interest after a high-profile show at Austin's South by Southwest Festival.
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Same song, again and again You wrong me twice and I keep coming back Same song, again and again You wrong me twice and I keep coming back. Tell me what the matter is, little man I've got a pretty face and I wear a nice dress Tell me what the matter is, little man I've got a pretty face and I wear a nice dress. Why can't I keep you? Every minute that I spend on you I give you honey and I give you truth. All the other women they get treat so rude Cry, cry, cause you make them blue Running over town like you got no nerve Sleeping in the shanty of a brand new girl Call me after Nancy, but before Rachel Why can't I keep you for myself? Same song, again and again You wrong me twice and I keep coming back Why can't I keep you? Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds.
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