Single Review – Django Django – Shake and Tremble

Django Django, pop

Before Django Django release Born Under Saturn (Their Second Studio Album) tomorrow, why not take a look at their latest single ‘Shakes and Tremble’. It opens with a Silver Apples type purpose with it’s stretched, rotating sounds that propel the song into it’s buoyant guitar driven mainstay. It’s similar to that of their first album with the vocal combinations and harmonies smoothly crossing paths and merging into one with that rattling guitar sounds echoing through it. In this case, it’s with a little more purpose and rapidity accentuated by the high keys of a piano and a more defined bass line. These are built up and worked down in the song’s transitions and highlights the energy in the track. A familiar, but proven solution here.

Owen Riddle @oriddleo1995

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