Single Review – White Lies – Take It Out On Me

Ealing’s finest traders of Post Punk goods are back with their fourth studio album Friends which is out on October 7th. White Lies have produced three solid albums prior to this and they have been laden with bracing melodies and anthemic choruses. Their new track ‘Take It Out On Me’ offers up just that. It features shimmering electronica and prominent bass lines; from this comes the sweeping, deliberate strikes of the guitar and Harry McVeigh’s imposing baritone vocals which reverberate through the track. This song does not offer much in the way of variation, but they have at least churned out another sing-a-long belter. 

Owen Riddle

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