Lightning Blue Eyes
Lifted from their often stunning Ten Silver Drops LP, lead single ‘Lightning Blue Eyes’ somehow fails to have the same sort of impact felt elsewhere on the group’s second album. Euphoric and ambitious certainly but for all its turns of cinematic prog-pop it remains a tune you’re unlikely to come back too. Oddly it’s also reminiscent of something you’d expect from latter day U2 – which isn’t a good thing.
Steve Cummins, 11 Apr 2006
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