Track: Thrillhouse – 2045 plus top ten favourite songs

Brighton’s brightest, Thrillhouse have released another brilliant single ‘2045’ to follow their previously reviewed singles ‘Wild Child’, ‘Ready When You Are’ and ‘Lesser’.

Thrillhouse have developed quite a unique sound – danceable, almost funky grooves yet with an indie vibe and an enigmatic attitude. ‘2045’ follows the code: it has a delectable groove and suave demeanour – think of Bowie or Talking Heads at their most funky. Themed on the transience of life and mortality, the band comments:

Where are we going now? Won’t see it coming. Then the years roll by, didn’t see it coming.

Brilliant stuff. You can get the single here.

The band has listed their top ten favourite tracks for your listening pleasure – see the link below to hear the songs.

Tina Turner – What’s love got to do with it

Prince – Little Red Corvette

The Clash – Train In Vain

Billy Joe Shaver – I’m just an old chunk of coal (but i’ll be a diamond someday)

David Bowie – Ashes to Ashes

Johnny Cash – When the man comes around

Echo and The Bunnymen – The Cutter

Bruce Springsteen – Cover me

Shangri-Las – Leader of the pack

Whitney Houston – I wanna dance with somebody

Talking Heads – This must be place.

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