Saturday, 8 June 2013

Saturday Looks Good To Me - Break In

Single review by kev@thesoundofconfusion.co.uk


This is the second single we've featured from Saturday Looks Good To Me's album 'One Kiss Ends It All', following 'Invisible Friend' a couple of months back, and as this is the song that contains the album's name in its lyrics then we can kind of regard it as being the title-track. Sound-wise it's like indiepop given a new intensity; as though it were a five year old child given incredibly strong coffee for the first time. It buzzes with a crazed energy and some surprising twists and turns, but it'll probably have some kind of hangover or comedown in a few hours.

A reasonably mundane, twinkly indiepop intro gives way to the chorus which is the album's title repeated over and over - and then the caffeine kicks in. An unexpected brass section that could have been lifted wholesale from a Wizzard song suddenly jumps out, at first seeming out of place but within a few seconds convincing you that it has every right to be there. The rest of the song then seems to take a leap of pace and urgency and the drums sound as though they're being struck that little bit harder and the guitars thrashed a bit more vigorously. 'Break In' is a right little fuzz-bomb.



Saturday Looks Good To Me's website

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Catch them live:

Sep 26 Hunter's Ale House (Midwest Fest), Mount Pleasant, MI
Sep 26 Pygmalion Music Festival, Champaign, IL
Sep 27 Pygmalion Music Festival, Champaign, IL
Sep 28 Pygmalion Music Festival, Champaign, IL





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