Just Listen: Bandit – Ice Cream


Ice Cream

Words by Gary Lambert

I’ll hold my hands up now and tell you that at first listen, I didn’t like Ice Cream by Bandit.  But when the second to fifth listens happen without you playing it because the song is stuck in your head and you’re singing along, then I had to admit I’d changed my mind on the track.

Ice Cream, like a 99, is fun and can instantly make you feel youthful, but musically could take you on a wild ride like Radiator-era Super Furry Animals.  A soundtrack to the joyous abandon of love, low-budget dates and summertime.  There’s no hiding from the Britpop vibe to Ice Cream, but you know the summers of 1994-98 were pretty awesome so I’m not going to complain.

Ice Cream could be the soundtrack to the summer.  It’ll definitely be part of my soundtrack.

Listen to Ice Cream here

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