Bright Orange Spectacle – I Struggle To Communicate (Review)

North London based pop rock outfit Bright Orange Spectacle are back with their second single to date โ€˜I Struggle To Communicateโ€™. Released via their own What About Records on December 6th, 2019 has been a huge year for the collective. With their debut single โ€œShe Could Do Betterโ€ storming onto the scene and making the band known for contagious choruses and hooks, itโ€™s safe to say that the newest release does exactly that too. Blending elements of stadium rock with an indie essence, the band are ready for a stage to perform to the whole world.ย 

Charlie Sinclair stated: “We live in a time whereย everyone has to be a social commentator. Itโ€™s not necessarily a bad thing but it leads to a certain amount of pressure for bands to make very grand political statements from day one. I kept sitting down to write that song and eventually this came out. Itโ€™s just a lot of honesty about my own lack of understanding towards our correct cultural climate. We live in a time where information is so readily available, yet I still feel like I know nothing. Things are bad, obviously things are bad, but thatโ€™s about all I know-and thatโ€™s fucking depressing. So โ€˜I Struggle To Communicateโ€™ is just a reaction to my own ignorance and a personal call to arms for me to better facilitate myself with knowledge.”

โ€œI Struggle to Communicateโ€ features a wide production that feels cinematic to begin with and ends in an epic finale for the band. With elements of euphoria and foundations of indie-esque guitars, the anthem secures another step up the ladder for Bright Orange Spectacleโ€™s growing career.

Score: 4/5

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