This makes me happy for a myriad of reasons, but the main one is that my daughter won’t make me listen to Mind the Gap over and over and over and over and over again.
But don’t buy the cd for the above song because the whole album sounds like they’ve gone through a time machine to make a hit in each of the last 4 decades. They have disco songs, sixties pop influences song, 80s new wave and 90s grooves.
But does an obvious rock band have to stick to one sound and be formulaic? Yeah, I guess if they want to be mainstream and sale.
Thank God they went the other route so I can have real music to listen to.