It’s 1989 in Los Angeles – four friends create an album which will only be heard for the first time IN 2020. Following on from the sensational debut single ‘Big House’ and follow-up ‘Round The World’, the hotly anticipated third single from the ‘supergroup that never was’ is here.
The band have recently released a new single ‘Put It On The Line’ which is available on all music platforms. ‘Put it on the Line’ is a song about overcoming fear and self doubt – emotions common to every single one of us.
It is dedicated to all the ordinary every day heroes everywhere who put themselves on the line and in harm’s way each and every day for us – the ones who just turn up come what may and do their duty whatever the cost.
Here’s to the nurses, the doctors, the health workers, the firemen, the soldiers and to all those who daily overcome resistance and their own perceived limitations. There are no limits to your heroism and to what you can achieve.
It’s not very often I find a band and I instantly connect with their music, It usually takes me a few listens to their music for me to fully get into it. However, this was not the case when I pressed play on this incredible single.
It’s impossible to not listen to track and instantly feel you have stepped back in time to the 80’s with the tracks cool vibe, I Love the sound. There is no doubt that this track will be stuck in your head for days and you will be tapping along to its catchy chorus and upbeat sound.
The strong vocals and brilliant instrumentals will have you hooked within seconds and you will be up on your feet dancing around as if you are at one of the bands gigs. This track will instantly grab your attention, their unique sound will draw you in within seconds.
This is an impressive single full of unique sounds, the band have managed to create a track that shows off their musical talents and combined classic sounds we love to hear with their own unique sounds. This was the first time I had heard from this incredible band and it’s safe to say I was impressed with what I heard.
By Ollie Cooper