Tim: It’s almost sad when a new release from your previous favourite brings a sense of trepidation rather than excitement; this got released last Friday.
Tom: I remember when you used to send every Galantis track with enthusiasm. Don’t get me wrong, I think Satisfied is a great track — it grew on me despite those initial reservations — but yeah, they’ve been suffering from regression to the mean recently.
Tim: It’s good! Like, really really good!
Tom: That’s because that millennial-whoop chorus is straight from Owl City’s Good Time!
Tim: Oh, yes, so it is. That maybe plays a part in it, then.
Tom: As ever, I don’t think it’s deliberate, but it’s all I can think about while I’m listening.
Tim: I’m guessing it’s just Ryan from OneRepublic and the rest is all Galantis, and those drumbeats and massive brass melody all work together so well, along with all the twiddling samples in the backing.
Tom: It goes on for one chorus too long, but, sure, it’ll… it’ll do, I guess.
Tim: I don’t know if it’s just relief, but I’m fairly sure this is their best work since Love On Me, and I’m so happy about that, I really am.