Radio Bliss - Born Blonde Single Review
Coasting sonic indie with an endearing, yet heart-wrenching vocal hover provided by courtesy of lead man, Arthur Delaney and a slowly orbiting guitar push, 'Radio Bliss'. It provides from a searching, mild groove laden foray. A weary but gripping Richard Ashcroft vocal trickle, wraps around twisting low-key guitars, as a slowly grinding digital toe shakes hands with pulsing percussions combos. A finishing touch of soothing backing vocals and a sleepy piano ride tops of the dreamy and thoughtful, epic vibe.
The 'Seahawks Remix', seems to lend more impetus to the sonic edge. It almost gives off the impression that Richard Ashcroft will be even more melancholic. After noticing that some band has half-inched that forgotten unreleased Urban Hymns cut missing track he got Mogwai to mix. That he was probably saving to sell on eBay upon his retirement. Born Blonde are beginning to blend the right amount of sonic, sassy and searching.