Oliver Proud­lock

He was made in Chelsea, now he’s mak­ing clothes

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THE SONG THAT RE­MINDS ME of HOME NEIL YOUNG

My My, Hey Hey

(Out Of The Blue)

“When I was grow­ing up, my brother – who is a lit­tle bit older – would spend a lot of time in the States. He was re­ally into his mu­sic and he loved Neil Young. He took over one of the rooms at home and he painted it all… The one track that stands out is ‘My My,

Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)’. I love that track.”

THE SONG THAT MAKES ME dance USHER

Yeah!

“I mean, when that comes on in the club, I oc­ca­sion­ally get a lit­tle crazy. Back in the day, I liked to think that my moves were sort of like Justin Tim­ber­lake.”

THE FIRST SONG I RE­MEM­BER HEAR­ING VAN HALEN

Jump

“My dad al­ways used to sing along to it. He loved The Bea­tles, The Beach Boys and a lit­tle bit of Rod Ste­wart. Dad had long hair and was al­ways wear­ing flares. He gen­uinely thought he was in The

Rolling Stones.”

THE SONG I can No longer LIS­TEN To psy

Gang­nam Style

“It just got so over­played and it re­ally is an aw­ful song. I’m not gonna lie, I pulled out the moves oc­ca­sion­ally when it came on, but that song was re­ally, re­ally stretched.”

THE SONG I do at Karaoke dr dre FEAT. EMINEM

For­got About Dre

“I like to do some­thing that peo­ple can get in­volved with. Peo­ple can start rap­ping, get­ting in­volved – you have to bring it in when Eminem comes in. You have to get mad, start get­ting all hype to it.”

THE SONG I WANT played at My FUNERAL PETER GABRIEL

Sols­bury Hill

“I just find it the most up­lift­ing track. It is my morn­ing go-to if I just want to put on a track and feel great about life and just feel re­ally pos­i­tive. I think that’s the most im­por­tant thing to take from a funeral – you want peo­ple to feel good about life.”

OA­SIS

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