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Need something to set the mood this Valentine’s Day? Here’s a playlist from Pulled Apart By Horses

Like, who else were you going to ask for a V Day playlist?

Need something to set the mood this Valentine’s Day? Here’s a playlist from <strong>Pulled Apart By Horses</strong>

Setting the mood in romantic situations is a fine art, and bluntly, we don’t trust you lot to not try to woo someone with a Frank Turner record (*shudder* – Ed). That means we need expert help. When we think of romance, we think exclusively of Pulled Apart By Horses guitarist James Brown – almost certainly the hottest person in a Leeds based band named after an action and an equine beast. That’s why we set him the task of preparing a playlist of the most romantic songs he could think of for this Valentine’s Day. Worryingly, that took our James to Morrissey, but hey, we all have our own issues.

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Robert Palmer – Addicted To Love

To be totally honest, this is just a pure and simple straight up feel good hit, Valentine or no Valentine.

Elvis Costello – I Want You

Probably one of my favourite songs of all time full-stop.

The Cure – Lovesong

Mushy Robert Smith will always love you folks. Great tune.

Queens Of The Stone Age – Smooth Sailing

It ain’t that romantic, but man alive it’s dirty and sexy this tune.

Def Leppard – Love Bites

Power grab the sky folks. ‘OOOooooooooooooo COME ON’! Pure stinking cheese and I love it.

The Smiths – Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me

Stuck this in for those who likes to cry and wallow in despair each year.

Jeff Buckley – Lilac Wine

Crack open the wine and listen to Jeff. He knows the score folks.

Led Zeppelin – Whole Lotta Love


Marilyn Manson – Valentines Day

Even MM can get a bit mushy…… This is NOT romantic at all. But it has ‘Valentine’ in the title and I love it. Soz.

Huey Lewis And The News – The Power Of Love

Couldn’t leave this one out. Feel good banger.

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