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Pillow Person - Go Ahead

It fizzes, pops and make you want to head to the nearest dancefloor.
Pillow Person - Go Ahead
Published: 6:38 am, July 09, 2016
It fizzes, pops and make you want to head to the nearest dancefloor.



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Pillow Person is the future-pop solo project of Hot Chip drummer Sarah Jones - and her brilliant debut single lands just at the right time.

A bouncy, effortlessly cool, dance-infused pop hit in waiting, from the infectious opening synths and drums, through the singalong chorus and electronic build-up synonymous of Hot Chip's best work, 'Go Ahead' deserves endless replays.

The pitch-shifted vocal, unusual synth structure and overall production do all the sort of things that PC Music strive for: they fizz, pop and make you want to head to the nearest dancefloor.

The track's artwork, as well, occupies a futuristic aesthetic, similar to the sort of thing Hannah Diamond would go for. Almost robotic and mechanical-looking, Sarah's eyes stare right through you while her new musical alias is etched on her sports jacket. Ben Jolley

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