The newest track from Jordan Candy (aka Rat Boy) is one of his bolshiest. It sees the artist look at the society surrounding him and the one on it’s way – essentially a Brexit-themed track. The song follows his previous track ‘Lovers Law’.
Love him or loathe Rat Boy knows a hook when he hears one and his ability to melt several genres in to one song is uncanny. He says of the track “’Revolution’ is about life as a young person growing up in a post-Brexit Essex, it’s about feeling trapped.”
‘Revolution’ above all else feels decisively British. Multi-cultural, without borders and unabashed. Well, perhaps it sounds like Britain used to be.
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