On the first listen, Grammatics' new single 'Double Negative' is nothing special. But, stick with it and, after a few repeat listens, you'll fall head over heels for its unique blend of funky, boyband-esque rhythms; twitchy, pop-infused vocals; slipping disc sound effects and stabbing cello.
The slippery-slickness that's initially a little off-putting becomes slowly, but infuriatingly, addictive. 'Double Negative' is as funky and polished as any one song can get, without it becoming over-produced and soul-less. And, just when you thought 'Double Negative' couldn't get any better, its stylish, angular rhythms open into a gorgeous, luxuriant swirl of heady guitars edged in trembling cello.
'Double Negative' is pop-infused, spasmodic indie-rock with some seriously funky vocals and orchestral flourishes, all designed to ensure you won't be able to get this song out of your head