Track of the Day: “Skeleton” – The Good Natured

13 Jan

We’ve never done a Track of the Day before and to be honest we might not again, but after hearing “Skeleton” we felt compelled to do something. How we managed to miss this song on its release back in June is beyond all here at Alphabet Bands Towers, and we’ve a good mind to remove a limb or two of those who are most likely to be culpable. Thankfully though, a kindly soul posted a link on our facebook page and all is well again.

Like a hyper-active child on a sugar rush, the song just flies along, not once losing an ounce of energy. The drum beats kick along at breakneck speed and Sarah McIntosh’s vocals are both enticing and intimidating at the same time. Never have we heard someone sing about disrobing in such an alluring and frightening manner! This song pushes so many of our buttons its ridiculous. It’s been on repeat for the last hour but since play one it was embedded in our brain. So much so in fact that the next person to attempt conversation is likely to just get the lyrics sang back at them, like an electro-noir-pop Being John Malkovich moment.

Check the video out below, fall in love with the song and then scroll down for details on where to buy it.

You can download the EP from Amazon and iTunes, or get it on 10″ vinyl from Norman Records


3 Responses to “Track of the Day: “Skeleton” – The Good Natured”

  1. Sarah Clark January 13, 2012 at 15:16 #

    A superb choice for track of the day!!!

    • Adam H January 13, 2012 at 18:14 #

      Thanks Sarah, and thanks for posting the link on our Facebook page in the first place.
      Very much appreciated.

      Adam H

  2. comment-leaver January 17, 2012 at 22:36 #

    I like these 🙂

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