‘Sinner‘ is a heroic return for Young Decades, and takes their songwriting up a whole new level. Following in the footsteps of their previous EP release ‘Let You Down’, this indie rock-infused number also nudges synth-rock slightly. A track made to be sung loudly in a field of fans, this is the song the world is desperately needing right about now. We’re all dying to have ‘normality’ back, and this new single feels like the good old days in many ways.
Celebrating the return of live music, as it slowly becomes a thing again, ‘Sinner‘ feels like a sort of escapism during the uncertain world we’re currently living in. Performed with energy from the get-go, the track was produced by songwriter James Todd, and further mastered by engineer Mike Marsh (Phoenix, Chemical Brothers, Empire of the Sun).
There’s moments throughout ‘Sinner’ where you can hear how passionate Young Decades truly are to be back on a stage. You can tell it runs through their blood to play in a live setting, and the production also portrays this. Sounding like the band rocked up into a studio and performed live in one take, this track was destined to be created no matter what situation the world was in.
A track that showcases how important it is to stay present, to live every moment like it’s your last and to spread positivity with one another, this positive number will feel like an awakening for many people out there. Wake up and smell the fresh air, Young Decades are a refreshing outfit that will easily become your daily fix.