Witterings from an old indie kid
Red Sleeping Beauty lift Tonight as a single (are there any more tracks left on Stockholm?) and it’s another example of a pleasing pop track with joint vocals and synths that echo throughout. Mind you second track Someone Somewhere should have been the single. It’s melodies are as catchy as a dose of the catchiest flu and the vocals continue to delight as the song progresses.
The band get back to their original indiepop roots with a cover of Emma’s House originally by the Field Mice. Starting of in a sedate manner it slowly morphs into a piece of eletronica. The final track is a remix of Falling Out Of Love which originally appeared on last year’s Always On Your Side EP. The original track was a bouncing synth pop track but here, in it’s Four-on-the-Floor Version, it has been given a change of pace as the beats per minute rise dramatically as it aims for the floors of your local indie dance club.
2019 has been a good year for Red Sleeping Beauty. It has just got better.