A Sunny Day In Glasgow :: "Drink Drank Drunk"

It takes 30 seconds for the drums really kick on A Sunny Day In Glasgow's newest cut, "Drink Drank Drunk." It is worth the wait. In a world where The Moment is in constant disrepair and subject to perpetual criticism, this occurrence is one of the few burst-through-the-clouds moments in a summer of downcast pop and crossed arms. Unleashing a shimmering and brittle brilliance, the band finds a place between noesis and apathy, artfully describing a solipsistic world where we can yell into the void and still expect the void to care enough to yell back, if only 30 seconds later.

Listen :: A Sunny Day In Glasgow - "Drink Drank Drunk"

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