This B-Side from Indian Summer has some nice Beatles style call and repeat vocals, not something the band have really done before, but it’s all incredibly plain and plastic. Musically there is nothing of note in the first half and melodically it’s as uninspired as the band has ever been. There is an interesting, brief little guitar interlude in the second half, but rather than continue to something new, the song simply reverts to its original form and ends. Generic B Side pap.
Misheard Lyrics: Seek the opposition, for the misfits.
2. In armies they’re so time sure, they’re out in the end.
3. We built them all with fear.
Actual Lyrics: 1. Seek the opposition, for they are your best friends.
2. Enemies they sometimes go way out in the end.
3. We filled them all with fear.