Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Great Good Fine OK - Not Going Home

Single review by karla@thesoundofconfusion.com


Last year saw the online introduction of Great Good Fine OK with the drop of 'You're The One For Me', a track which reached number 1 on Hype Machine three times and has gone on to receive 500,000 SoundCloud plays in under half a year. 'Not Going Home' is the second track from this intriguing Brooklyn synth-pop duo who have so many adjectives for feeling alright/agreement in their moniker that we can't help but wonder whether it's a little bit tongue-in-cheek and lacking in sincerity. One thing we are definitely not questioning is the sincerity of the music.

'Not Going Home' comes at you with whizzing, celestial synth, layered staccato-esque rhythms, a quirky falsetto and honey-drizzled infectious, intoxicating melodies that should only be consumed in small doses for fear of  the come-down from such a sickly sweet, optimistic high. Speaking about the track, the duo have said, “This [song is] about not taking chances on being happy and living your dreams. You've got to fight for it. This song means a whole lot to us and we couldn't be more excited to share it!” If you’re a fan of the likes of Grouplove, The Naked and Famous and Empire of the Sun, this could well be your new jam that gets you in the mood for Spring.



Great Good Fine OK's website

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Catch them live:

Mar 06 The Westway, New York, NY
Mar 09 Kings, Raleigh, NC
Mar 13 Red Eyed Fly- 12:15 PM, Austin, TX  
Mar 13 La Barbecue- 4:30 PM, Austin, TX  
Mar 14 Sidebar- 1:30 PM, Austin, TX  
Mar 14 Maggie Maes- 9 PM, Austin, TX  
Mar 15 Empire Garage - 8PM, Austin, TX
Mar 18 The Earl, Atlanta, GA





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