New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the exclusive song premiere of “Uneasy” by Golden Idols. The track splits the dance floor in two with energetic whips of infectious hooks. They’re a dance move awaiting to be discovered, a life on the brink of the bursting into the galaxy with glittery lined passion. Take a listen to the song below and light up your Friday the right way.
“‘Uneasy’ is a song about all the things left unsaid; about the fight you play over and over again in your head to the point that both the origin and the solution are beyond view. Instead, you lay in bed, staring at the ceiling, wondering what the hell you are supposed to say to make it all better. Take this, and smash it into a dance track full of soul and bravado, and you have a song both anachronistic and wholly contemporary. Most of us spend our entire lives narrowly missing the prescient moment, or just failing to reach true self-awareness; at least, this time you can dance to it.” – Golden Idols
Golden Idols writes songs that tell the stories we all experience, but never see in movies or hear on pop radio; they aren’t interested in the one in a million, love at first sight scenario, opting instead to tell the stories of a relationship that slowly fades into resentment or never begins because of a fear of making a move. Golden Idols tells stories that are often darkly humorous, and layer them with music, so deceptively positive, the listener can experience the music on several levels and in different ways, depending on their mood.
Golden Idols is like a late 60s hit parade, mashed into one group with Vincent Price and Jeff Lynne writing all the songs. Anyone who grew up listening to music from the 50s-80s, anyone who loves to dance while appreciating a good sarcastic quip, will appreciate the music of Golden Idols.