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Adam Walton Adam Walton | 11:14 UK time, Tuesday, 3 July 2012

At the start of June, I stumbled aboard a Eurostar train to Brussels at an insultingly early time of the morning, to go and see Cardiff's Future of the Left on their European tour.

My escapades are detailed elsewhere on this blog. On the old school ferry back, lightly frayed and subtly seasick, I interviewed the band about the tour and their new album, The Plot Against Common Sense.

It is one of the albums of the year. It's certainly my 'album of the year'. I went out there as a fan. Don't expect objectivity or Paxman-esque probing.

Here's the interview, minus musical interludes/tracks from the album. You're cordially invited to buy that yourself to fill in the blanks.

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