Little good can come from getting romantically involved with a crazy person, but there’s something about a pretty face and bangin’ body that makes common sense and critical thinking fall by the wayside. Genetics and Serge of The Fortunate Ones know exactly what I’m talking about, judging by their latest feature, Girl, Interrupted. On this cut, the third song release off their next LP, the North Jersey representatives speak from experience on the danger of letting love (or horniness) blind you to the telltale signs of mental instability. Joining the Fortunate Ones over their own production, a masterful flip of Radiohead’s Pyramid Song, Mike Higbee lends his vocals to the record’s chorus. If this cautionary jam’s struck a chord, you can watch our pages for further news and tunes leading up to new album Honest, Regardless, which is slated to drop “very soon.”
Written by richard on 08/15/13
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