Review: Strangely Alright - Reigning Nonsense

Drawing inspiration from various generations of British iconoclasts – including David Bowie, T. Rex, the Jam, Suede, the Buzzcocks, and Supergrass – Strangely Alright moves with an electric thrum and a more than a little swagger. Sprinkle in a bit of Cheap Trick's rowdy power pop, and you're getting closer to picking up what Strangely Alright's putting down. 

Reigning Nonsense is the brand new single and the beautifully composed alternative track. To fully express the song's meaning, band's pleasant vocals make listeners pay attention to the lyrics.

Reigning Nonsense starts with guitars and drums, which catch listener's attention right from the beginning. The song gives listeners almost 4 minutes of the enjoyment because of the whole mood of the track and carefully chosen instruments, that makes this track a perfect example of the modern alternative track. It is followed by the music video where we can watch the band singing, walking through the town with the singer's made-up face holding the black and white striped umbrella and playing instruments. The video perfectly fits the song's meaning and mood.

To sum up, Reigning Nonsense is the amazing alternative song that will stay on repeat for a long time.