Reading the title, I thought it was "angel-like", i.e. like an angel, but I hear something like "an-jay-lee-kay", i.e. Angelique. I got it from a collection called simply Music from Kenya.
Although it's a straightforward love song with no political, social, or religious content at all, the title of this song caught my eye as somehow appropriate to the political moment. In any case it's a nice '60s-girl-group kind of song.
I discovered more or less by accident, while looking for a video for the song, that A Camp is the solo project of Nina Persson, a member of The Cardigans, a group of whom I've often heard good things but to my knowledge have never actually heard.
I don't know if I would like this song as much if it weren't for those first two drum hits. You may not get it if you're not listening on a good system or with good headphones, but they're HUGE. Not really as huge in the YouTube sound as in the mp3, though.
Warning: the refrain makes prominent use of "g--d---". I doubt they really mean it or understand what it means, as indeed most of us don't most of the time.
See the first comment for a surprising fact about these two young women.
If I had heard this without knowing who it was, I'd have said it was Pentangle (minus Jacqui McShee, plus violin and a bit of piano), or perhaps Bert Jansch on his own.
This one really should have been a hit.
Louder than last week's: