No bells. No whistles. Just the essentials. Stripping the vocal tracks off of a song often leaves it naked, dangling in the wind, shy, blushing. This Bingo Players track is just the opposite, standing comfortably alone in all its glory. This property is always a testament to the true quality of the song, and Bingo Players’ mastery of the key ingredients–a smooth beat, a harmonious break down, a goosebump-forming build up, and a smile-inducing drop–make this song a definite keeper.
The Dutch duo give us two chorus-drop combos, the first to get warmed up and the second to make you say “What was the name of that song?” The first introduces a pointed synth to set the stage, while the second features longer note lengths and a trancier sample, adding intensity to the latter half of the song. Resist the urge to jump to the second drop–with the Bingo Players, it’s always worth it.