Let Go – The Island Club: Single Review

Amidst the tropical fusion that lingers over the new single from The Island Club, vocals similar to those of The 1975’s Matt Healy lead ‘Let Go’ in to the “summer anthem” category. Sun-kissed guitar melodies disperse in to a cloud of electronically-focused energy that create a more pop-influenced sound from the likes of Tame Impala and other suited bands.

The intro almost unintentionally pays tribute to Daft Punk’s ‘Random Access Memories’, and the main body of work gives reflection to Peace’s debut record ‘In Love’ but alternatively adds a spin which allows them to create their own tone under their own name. It’s this single which secures the listeners and infatuates them to the point that we’re waiting for more material that draws upon the Summer season. It’s rarely a dull moment with The Island Club and now things are stepping up a notch.

Words by: @connorpwillis

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