At first glance you may be mistaken for thinking that the bigoted Johnny Borrell had been resurrected from the ground of 2007 indie-pop, but fear not. This is a short, punchy number from Future Of The Left which in some ways reflects the personality of the ex-Razorlight frontman through it’s persistent scatty nature. It will grab you by the collar and spit it’s lyrics at you for 2 minutes 20 seconds until all sanity is resumed. Think of something between The Automatic and The Hives and you’re almost there.
For fans of: anything but the real Johnny Borrell