Passion Pit: Single – ‘Take A Walk’

Passion Pit – ‘Take A Walk’

I never realised just how much I’ve missed Passion Pit until they dropped this little beauty earlier today – it’s bouncy, sun drenched melody was just what the doctor ordered in this dull, wet and windy Spring weather! Check it out:

‘Take A Walk’ isn’t a massive diversion from Passion Pit’s first album Manners, which is good news in my view, but the lyrics seem to have taken a darker, Arcade Fire-y tone: “I watch my little children play some board game in the kitchen / And I sit and pray they never feel my strife”.  So hopefully second album Gossamer might be an instant classic in the mould of The Suburbs, here’s hoping anyway!

What do you think of ‘Take A Walk’? Let me know in the comments below…

*** Update – 14 June ***

Passion Pit have released a nifty video for ‘Take A Walk’ today – watch it here:

Post Author: Luke Glassford

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1 thought on “Passion Pit: Single – ‘Take A Walk’

    Passion Pit - 'Gossamer' | All-Noise

    (2012-07-25 - 9:51 pm)

    […] ‘Take A Walk’ and ‘I’ll Be Alright’, the first two tracks to emerge from Gossamer, are everything that’s great about Passion Pit. Bouncy, colourful and modern electro-pop songs with serious lyrics about the economy and self-loathing combining with epic sing-along choruses. The massive ‘Carried Away’, meanwhile, even manages to outdo both of them in terms of bounce and pure sunshine-pop. […]

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