Tomorrrows Bad Seeds premieres "Frequency"

Tomorrrows Bad Seeds premieres "Frequency"

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If you're familiar at all with Tomorrows Bad Seeds, you know that this is a band that is part of the new school of reggae. Of course when you get into discussions of reggae, some traditionalists feel that the new school isn't exactly reggae. However you want to classify it, you can enjoy the new single "Frequency" - premiering here.

It begins with guitar and percussion that sound pretty firmly based in reggae. From there - even if it's not reggae - you can't help but bounce to the melody. Furthermore you can't help but sing along when you hear Moises Juarez sing, "Love is the frequency for you and me". If anything you'll find an even stronger urge to sing along with the lyrics "Can you hear me? Turn me up, turn me up loud." You wouldn't be wrong if you said that this isn't traditional reggae. However, hearing it does improve the mood and  it includes the message that some people come and go from your life but you can't "let them take your crown". The mood boost and the positive message definitely count for something. If you want to take any issue with this song, you can say that you wish it lasted longer than 3:11.