Summer Lovin': How Love Island became the No.1 TV show for sync

Ben Homewood

Clearly I’m looking for something a bit more substantial, or you just don’t rate me as a human. I really don’t know…”

That was Love Island contestant Laura Anderson, admonishing her soon to be ex Wes Nelson in the first big bust-up of the fourth series of ITV2’s Mallorca-set reality dating show. Their argument was set to the urgent, emotional strains of Deaf Havana’s Hell, taken from the Norfolk five-piece’s album Rituals, out this week on So Recordings.

As the ...

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