Fearlessly passionate vocals and increasingly gritty rock tones build up the weight and presence of BC‘s latest anthem.
Promising stylishly seductive riffs and the superb contrasting of thick bass and lighter piano, One Night follows the subtle build up of BC’s unmistakable voice, towards the ultimately explosive embrace of a deeply revealing, energising hook.
From rising anticipation and suggestive softness, through the full-throttle intensity of distortion and haunting repetition, One Night blends simplicity of writing with complexity of emotion, longing and regret. The result is an addictively catchy groove of an indie rock hit, complete with soul-kissed vocal support and a soaring electric guitar solo.
Undoubtedly another impressive song for the growing BC collection, One Night could well be the artist’s most memorable release yet. The lyrics and vocals bring through a clear sense of outrage and passionate longing, and this is heavily reinforced by the performative visuals.
BC lays everything out, yet maintains that simplicity of riff and melody and musical appeal, for a strangely alluring listen that’s both a mosh-pit floor-filler and a heartbreaking ode to misplaced adoration. Well worth a few spins this side of the summer.