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Double-Think Down and Out In Paris

WE REVIEW NEW SINGLE FROM DOUBLE-THINK DOWN AND OUT IN PARIS

Out of Manchester, quartet Double-Think have dropped their latest single ‘Down and Out In Paris’. 

Hailing to the 60’s and 70’s the track uses old school guitar riffs and instrumentals almost giving it a Don Mclean feel. In a world of either heavy beats or sweet pop bops it’s almost comforting to take a step back into the 60s/70s era. 

The band’s name and theme of the single take inspiration from Orwell’s classic novel ‘1984’, it’s a musical dive into a masterpiece, and a story of its own start to finish.

Doublethink bring lots of different elements to the track from country twangs to pace variations, and it’s clear to see the influence groups like The Eagle and Wings had in making the tune. The guitar riffs and vocals are really catchy, especially in the chorus.

The end of the track slows down and takes a different shape, it uses cut aways of people talking and laughing, almost as if you’ve stepped into the bustling streets of the 60’s. It transitions back into the upbeat chorus before fading out with the guitar.

The band have found a gap in the market putting modern twists on old-fashioned melodies. It’s a four-and-a-half-minute journey back into the time where rock and roll was just getting started.

It’s exciting to see where they will go next.

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