So much to long about this song! The energy, the pace, the layered vocals, the drum beat that made my heart beat uncomfortably fast. Bloody great. Looking forward to the album.
This is a song that explodes with energy, urgency and excitement.
Another killer pop tune from these guys. I love the falsetto and the builds and the group singalongs. This song makes me feel like I can run a marathon! Or at least around the block, real quick.
Loving your work guys
Every time I drive and listen to this "Human Spring" song, I feel like I want to stop the car, get off, and start dancing, how cool is that?! the tune makes me want to jump around...and when it comes to the end part, you just want to let your body flowing slowly and then you realize how enjoyable this song is. Keep doing what you do best guys!!
Bring on the album!
A great, breezy indie pop song. The kind of tune you wanna hear on a summer road trip, driving down an empty highway with the windows wound down.
Buchanan's sound reminds me a little of Coldplay and the Counting Crows, with great lyricism, and melodic guitar lines, which especially comes out in Mr Keeperman. It has a great youthfully wistful feel and really shows off Josh's vocal versatility. Great example of Buchanan's work!
i can listen to this song over and over again. LOVE IT!
i love it
im with Kingo - great drummer, nice vibe in vocals too with a strong build up tp chorus
Give it up for the drummer. He makes this song a winner.
This song's just bursting with melodies!
Love the pace of this song! Makes me want to hop on my bike and cycle places - plus those voices are something special.
Another fine indie-pop tune for these boys. Highlights for me include the wonky guitars, the falsetto - and , of course, the sing-a-long oh-ohs.
This is a really strong sign for the upcoming album and it shows you guys have beefed things up a bit. There's still that sweet hookiness there but the rumbling bass and reverb give it some muscle.
we played this song at our church last Sunday, it was so powerful! Snow Patrol meets The Fray, go religious rock!!
I really enjoyed previous work from these guys and it's good to hear them back again with a new song. Although there's growth and a clear step in a new direction, there is still that real 'buchanan stamp' on the song. The vocals are pretty catchy and I find a couple of parts of the song stick in my head. Nice production too, polished but still has a nice indie vibe about it. Looking forward to the new album coming out. Good work.