The ethereal, electronic-infused rock of The Odd Neighbourhood will immediately draw listeners in on Spill Your Drink On Me. This single shines with stretched-out synth and haunting vocals ceding the spotlight to each other. One can just imagine a neon-lit, rainy city street when they put on this effort. A thick, ropy bass line calls back to Subdivisions-era Rush, while there is the same infectious instrumentation that hasn’t been heard since the halcyon days of acts like Journey and Asia. A lust production ensures that each part of The Odd Neighbourhood is able to shine alone or as a vital part pushing Spill Your Drink On Me to its inexorable conclusion.
We last covered The Odd Neighbourhood back in August.