But it's Narducy on lead vocals and all guitars who is leading the show, and he's on fire. This song is a sort of blast of indignation at the people who still have a problem with, as Narducy puts it, "diverse couples".
Who do you worship
That tells you to aim your clip
at rainbows of love
She loves her and he loves him
There’s nothing you can do to end this love
This is a great rock song, hard, fast and melodic. Wurster's drumming is fantastic; his fills are fast and on the button, and of course Mills supplies an energetic bass to underpin the fast guitars and he also brings those harmony vocals, the ones that made arenas full of R.E.M. fans sing along for the last 30 years or so. The single is out now, available on their Bandcamp site. The full album, Amplificado, is due out June 25.