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Single Review: This House We Built – ‘Fly Me Up to the Moon

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Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM

Already much feted by the music press, North Yorkshire rockers This House We Built are gaining a reputation as a band of class and style, the collective having been brought together just two scant years ago.

Powerful and emotional, ‘Fly Me Up to the Moon’ was written by lead vocalist Scott Wardell about his grandmother’s fight with dementia and far from being maudlin, the song resonates with its own life and vibrancy, the whole a celebration of life and love.

Based around a chorus that will stay with you for days and some insistent guitar patterns that will get under your skin, this is a beautifully constructed piece of work that should be heard from every radio in the land and is built to fill arenas and stadiums.

A thing of wonder and you just know that Wardell’s Nana would have been so proud. This is music.

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