Just Listen: hidden white noise – Hallelujah (Good Times)

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Hallelujah (Good Times)

Words by Gary Lambert

Hallelujah (Good Times) by hidden white noise comes from their debut album Wake Up in the City and is an retro bluesy stomp-along which transplants their hometown of Leeds from West Yorkshire to Alabama.

From the start, the band hit us with a riff that should come with a Repetitive Strain Injury warning because it’s going to make you tap your toes.  You can’t fight the beat.  Rather than have a guitar-fest for three minutes, hidden white noise manage to throw the brakes on the axe-wielding several times to leave Steve Pickle’s vocals (accompanied by right on the money drumming) to grab your attention.

The result of their efforts is a track which is more punchy than hoedown, and is definitely a soundtrack for good times (hallelujah).

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