Just Listen: Headclouds – Seen It Before

Headclouds

Words: Gary Lambert

As the mornings get darker and the days get colder, it is a sweet treat to have the release of Seen It Before by Headclouds reach our ears. Without being obvious and overly joyful, there is a relaxed summer vibe as the effected vocals attempt to send a summer breeze down your spine. It also has a great ear worm quality as the simplicity of the refrain nabs your brain’s attention. As you would expect from a song called Seen It Before, this is not an attempt to reinvent the wheel, but to produce a song that makes people smile and move. Well done Headclouds! You have succeeded.

Headclouds play for Popped Music Presents: Friday 27th October at The Magnet, Liverpool.  Tickets here. 

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