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The Longsands – Worlds Collide single review

A disappointing offering from the Newcastle band.

The Longsands

Worlds Collide is the latest single to be taken from this Newcastle indie band’s debut album Meet Me In The Spanish City.

Whilst the likeably catchy guitar laden chorus will repeat in your brain, the vocal content of The Longsands’ latest offering leaves a lot to be desired.

Worlds Collide is an easy tune that is sure to get a strong response at festivals but doesn’t appear to be strong enough to stand out from the crowd in the chart world. Overall, the result is a track that is reminiscent of some first attempts from popular English early 90’s bands and the fact that the band are influenced by old school rockers Ocean Colour Scene and Oasis will come as no surprise.

Whilst this song does offer some pleasurable easy listening, the lack of depth in the lyrics is evident and slightly spoils the end result.


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