Hold On (I Was Wrong) by Video Age | Music Review & Song Recommendation by Indie Accent by Indie Accent

HOLD ON (I WAS WRONG)
by VIDEO AGE


"Another glorious, 80s driven synth number from Video Age"


PART OF POP THERAPY ALBUM
RELEASED ON 2018

“Hold On (I Was Wrong)” is a slick, funky track, and it clues you in to the nature of Video Age's latest album, "Pop Therapy". It is another glorious, 80s driven synth number from Video Age, dreamy but also dance-y, it combines lazy grooves and smooth percussion, bound to please fans of Parcels and The Whitest Boy Alive.
As it turns out, their inspiration for Pop Therapy did come from some 80s underrated album such as McCartney II by Paul McCartney and The Nightfly by Donald Fagen.





REVIEWED BY: CAESAR FAJRIANSAH
614 DAYS AGO

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