‘Runnin’ For Your Love’ by Spectral Display – Single Rating: 5/5 ★★★★★
Electronic pop group Spectral Display, who rose to prominence several decades ago, have once again demonstrated that they are front-runners in the music industry with their latest single, ‘Runnin’ For Your Love.’
The brand new release, which has Paul Simon upfront on the vocal, shatters through the new music Friday mixes. Also, it leaves us shivering with excitement as the throbbing energy releases itself from the speakers. The song is moving as it enters the emotional psyche of the listener. Nevertheless, it also generates happy, upbeat dance energy that we can’t ignore.
Following the introduction of an echoey vocal sample from Paul, the music soars with a rising synth loop that rises from the background. The initial lead is energising. Also, it has elements similar to some of the biggest tracks from the scene in previous years. Additionally, there is an analogous resemblance to Bastille, as the band explores a newfound style while satisfying the cravings of all of their supporters.
The beat, which leaves us gripping with fervour, bursts forth and generates a foot-tapping action. It brings with it the pure summer vitality that is refreshing. There is also the perfect synergy of vocals here, with a doubling vocal technique occurring in the middle section, and the singers compliment one another perfectly.
You can take a listen to ‘Runnin’ For Your Love‘ by Spectral Display below. Also, be sure to let us know your thoughts to this new release by commenting beneath this article. As always, we love to hear your feedback. So, do you think that this is one of the best new releases from Spectral Display? Also, are you looking forward to more new releases from the group?
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