Inner Summer is the new hit single from Rabbit Rabbit. It opens with the title track, a thumping, glam ballad that grooves you into a spooky hollow. The bass line churns and dreamy guitar riffs are mobilized by blasting drums, then further embodied by the shrieking harmonies and pointy deliverance. Closing with a cathartic release in the spilling incantation: "Bats, bats come this way. Come this way, bats. Come this way."
Up follows 'Man', a carnival creep, methodical plea that winds through unusual pauses.
Side two of the tape or song three extends to you an inviting expression. In a cyclical scaling of chaotic proposals, your drawn to your toes. Like having someone hold you by two fingers in your nostrils you want to dance, bad to 'DANCE'. Theres some sexy, crooning feeling that had a 'hold you round your waist' vibe and gets tighter making you want to snake out.
There is no effort to tuck you in with the finale 'Manda'. She is an attempt at pop construction made by creatures from a dark planet. Something strange happens when you align the flow of the bass with jupiter and the timing of the guitar with pluto. The lyrics and vocal melodies are fully based in modern concept however objet trouve processing leads them a foreign meadow where disaster is trusted and negative propositions are considered gravid with sensuality.
We leave you happy, nips up, bones shaken, with double shivers. I'd say at very least, you should listen. If the tick isn't cured I suggest you come see us live.
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