The Guardian reckons he’s singing his outrage at US foreign policy, but it all sounds like cotton wool and bunnies from where I am.
There’s nothing wrong with Four. It’s a collection of solidly written, flawlessly performed indie rock songs that sound almost exactly like Muse, and therein lies the problem. There just isn’t any reason for Four to exist.
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It shouldn’t feel like First Question; Answer; Next Question. It should feel like a conversation.
A small bust and an average to skinny figure (Has a look that could fit into the band drawing image)
This song is more infectious than Jeff Goldblum’s laptop in Independence Day
It’s like that bit in Almost Famous when Penny Lane tells Patrick to put down the notebook, stop analysing and thinking about it and just let the emotion and energy of the music draw him in. That is China in 2012.
I can sing ‘How Much Is That Doggie In The Window’ backwards: I’m sure somebody somewhere thinks that makes me the most awesome person alive.
It feels like watching the rain through a window. It makes the back of my neck prickle. I think you’ll like it.