Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Not Just A Great Title Then.

I like to think that in some parallel universe this song was as ubiquitous in 2000 as Yellow By Coldplay or Groovejet by Spiller was in ours. This song has everything,  lovelorn lyrics, jangly guitars, slightly shouty vocals and a trumpet, a delicious.  slightly over the top trumpet and for an indie single it's long,  clocking in at over six minutes but never outstays it's welcome. And when it's all over, you just want to put it back to the start and listen and dance like a loony all over the place again.

Airport Girl - The Foolishness That We Create Through Love Is The Closest We Come To Greatness


Brian said...

This is such a smile. Haven't heard Airport Girl in so long. Got into their Matinee stuff, but I don't have the songs they did for Fortuna Pop... like this one. Thanks.

JC said...

This also has a cracking b-side - Striking Out On Your Own - check your in box later on Brian.