Originally released in June 2008, 'Don't Stop' entered the UK charts at number 153. With their UK profile currently on the rise, Innerpartysystem are, unsurprisingly, re-releasing this in the hope of doing better second time around.
It seems highly likely they will, as 'Don't Stop' is an infectious piece of synthpop, backed by a solid drum and bass beat that'll put you in mind of current genre superstars Pendulum. But, this dancefloor-loving synthfest is far poppier than anything Pendulum have ever produced, with a massive, electro-rock chorus you won't be able to get out of your head. Topped off with angsty lyrics, 'Don't Stop' is also likely to find favour with teenage rock fans. It makes you wonder whether there's any base Innerpartysystem haven't got covered.
The only flaw in this hook-packed headrush, is a chill out anthem-inspired bridge section, that'll have you impatient for the synths to kick back in. But, apart from that, 'Don't Stop' is one of those shamelessly infectious songs that'll have your finger pinned firmly to the repeat button.