Posted on: June 25, 2017 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 1
The Ramona Flowers - "If You Remember"

The Ramona Flowers’ “If You Remember” is a song that is a refreshing of the 1980s new wave style. Fans of more modern interpretations of that style (e.g. La Roux, Walk The Moon) will find something to dig here. The Ramona Flowers have impassioned vocals that draw from performers like WHAM! and Depeche Mode, while the hard-hitting instrumentation presented here tie together sweeping synths, on-point drums, and haunting vocals into one of the most fun tracks we’ve heard so far this summer. With a chorus that will bury its way deep into your psyche, The Ramona Flowers showcase precisely how talented they are with this new one.

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  1. […] If You Remember is a fantastic track that is hidden in the middle of the album’s second half. Listeners’ attentions are drawn in immediately before the instrumentation cedes ground to vocals that pull from the tradition of Depeche Mode and Spandau Ballet. Numb Drunk slows things down considerably and shifts the band’s sound ever so slightly. Where the vocals were front and center during much of Strangers, the vox this time contribute to the overall harmonies of the song. It truly is a beautiful experience showcasing the plea of someone that just needs a little bit more love in their life. Human and electronic elements become one just as a couple becomes a cohesive entity. We love it. […]

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