Wednesday, May 29, 2019

The Mooks - "Let It All Fall Down"

From what I am about to write, I should hate the latest single from The Mooks. According to the band, "Let It All Fall Down" is "is a sunny, uptempo song that captures the feeling of newly discovered love and the desire for reciprocation. It’s a reminder not to sweat the small stuff of everyday life and to find happiness from love." The song is an indie rock dance track with the singing being done in a modern crooning style. This is the kind of thing that typically irks me for some reason. But The Mooks nail it. "Let It All Fall Down" is the kind of song that could easily have ended up hokey, or far too mainstream for my liking, but somehow this works. It could be the fact that despite how sunny and positive the song is, there seems to be a sense of melancholy behind it.

You can watch the video for "Let It All Fall Down" below. It will be included on The Mooks's upcoming EP, which will be released this summer. For more on The Mooks, check out their Facebook and Twitter.

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