Electric High – Sleeping With The Enemy (2020)

Electric High are giving a new meaning to the saying of keeping your friends close and your enemies closer. Their single ‘Sleeping with the Enemy’ is an insidious electric track that is looking to rip your speakers or headphones to shreds. As they accuse a mischievous lover of foul play, there is something more explosive afoot as the single takes off and does not look back.

The high voltage explosion of the single lets you know what the band is all about. PV Staff (vocals), Olav Iversen (vocals), Marius Mørch (guitar), Einride Torvik (bass) and Tor Bjarne Bjelland (drums) go straight for your throat with their powerful sound. If you are looking for a song that will blow you away, you have come to the right place.



‘Sleeping with the Enemy’ hits you with this wonderful beat from the first second. The drumline creeps into your brain before the high-octane guitars come in. There is a wonderful groove to the melody that you have to get down to, there is no other option. The guitar riffs have this wonderfully mischievous vibe to them that complements the lyrics and overall message of the track. The chorus has a great flow that gets your head moving to it.

Over the melody that is entirely too catchy for its own good is an equally infectious vocal line. There is a sly thread to the vocals as you work through the verses and the accusations they contain. When you hit the chorus, you are pulled into the performance more and will find yourself singing along. The explosive vocals hook you and will not let you go.

Electric High pumps you full of mischievous and sly energy in the high-octane rock track ‘Sleeping with the Enemy’. The melody blows you away from the first second while drawing you ever deeper into the sound. The vocals have this wonderful tone to them as they accuse a lover of foul play before exploding on the catchy chorus.

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