Directed by Paudie Baggot there is a lot to admire here. Firstly on a visual level it is very inspired. In how it is played out there is a keenly noted 90’s grunge vibe about it. That us also able to give the edgier progression in the direction a more prominent sense of notoriety as it moves on. It all holds together rather sensibly. But another astute offering of value is how it plays. Fastened to the tune is a stylish ELO comparison that works its way through. It is ably mannaged and the comfortable showing that they have about them as a live band is equally evident on this one. For that alone it should be a mainstay summer track on radio this year.
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