Give Your Love To The Hosts

3 Aug

Right from the start, with its energetic bursts of jingle and borderline synth pop, The Hosts “Give Your Love To Her,” makes a retro statement. But when lead singer Curtis Stoutenburg starts to sing, one is immediately taken back to a different era: 70’s power pop.

The Raspberries “Go All The Way,” comes to mind as each are approached and delivered with vim and vigor . The tune also lends itself to stadium anthem levels, like U2’s “Sunday Bloody Sunday.” And it’s that mix of 70’s and 80’s alternative pop that gives “Give Your Love To Her” a wholly timeless feel.

It may be hard for some listeners to believe that the song was released in this day and age, but it is not simply a copycat of other bands gone by. There is uniqueness in Stoutenburg’s voice, in his inflections, and his range which are heard throughout the track.

Listening to the tune is bound to put a smile on just about anyone’s face, with its bouncing melody and smitten lyrics. So, show The Hosts some love and go on a journey with “Give Your Love To Her.” You won’t want it to ever end.

Discography: Softly, Softly (2014).

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