Spooky but oddly warming keys and stuttering beats pave the way for a vocal that could be described as seductive but has enough power when needed. As the track opens up for the chorus it becomes a touch more glorious, with some electronics that could be taken from Grandaddy's awesome 'The Sophtware Slump' album. As 'Nancy' goes on, more of a rock edge is brought in with some crisp guitar and an intensifying of the sounds that are already in place. This is excellently produced and manages to be dramatic without being overly theatrical. It's definitely enough to pique the interest for the full-length.
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