After the 'phffft' of their previous single, and last before their big-boy-now record deal, it's very pleasing to see Scotland's finest oddball indie poppers back on track.
'Godhopping''s verse bounces along like disco-funk indie before a giddy, candy-sweet chorus eats through your ears and stains your brain like a aural Wham Bar. It reminds DiS of 'Down Under' by Men At Work. This can only be a good thing if you're advanced enough to remove shame from your list of mental qualities and replace it with the part of your psyche that recognises undeniably good tunes.
What the hell is it about? I have no real idea, possibly TV presenters, glamorous women in high street bars maybe. It's irrelevant. Just shake it like a polaroid picture on your murky indie dance floors.
8Gareth Dobson's Score