Tag: dale holt-mead

The Trusted – Criminals

     If you are twisting in the ebb and flow of a confusing relationship, then The Trusted’s most recent single, Criminals (seen/heard here) might be just what you are looking for! Exploring the whole idea of the rules that are created within the confines of a relationship and the breaking of those rules, even though the love remains, is what Criminals seem to represent: “I broke your laws and then you left town My inner-visions turn me around I’ve been driving my pain into the ground So you look at me, like I’m your criminal We’re…

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The Trusted – The Innocent

     The Trusted make their first appearance on Vodka with a great indie-pop tune, The Innocent (seen/heard here), that melds present-day indie-pop with 70′s post-punk. It’s a sound that works very well for this UK four-piece! There is something exuberantly positive in the feeling that this track evokes, even as the band sings of wanting more and being, perhaps, a little too willing to believe that they can have it all: “Hanging from the edge of nothing with a pair of dangerous eyes I’m hungry for something else stuck in an endless suicide yeah will…

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