Although at first the reggae-like quality of the melody overplayed with the synths gave me hopes for something a bit different and dark, it just did not progress into anything with much interest. The “dubby vocals” (if anyone can enlighten me as to what this actually means, I would be hugely appreciative) were quite frankly dull and the lyrics uninspiring. Also, on the CD, there was a dubstep remix of the track which, if I’m honest, is hard to tell apart from the original.
The dubstep version seems to consist of echo-ing the “dubby vocals”and adding in the sound of a police car siren and a few mindless electronic noises to the fray. Needless to say I am not a fan of this track, it has left very little impression on me. When writing my reviews I do try very hard to ensure I say at least one positive thing in order to remain balanced and be fair to the artist. So for this I have to say the line “it’s all a conspiracy” and the opening fifteen seconds are quite catchy. Apart from that I have little else to say, but as always give the track a listen and decide for yourself (just best keep an open mind for this one)! The track will be released on the 7th May 2012.