Bon Savants most potent weapons are singer Thom Moran's varied and powerful vocals, Why This Could Never Work Between us, is testament to that, showcasing his ability to hit the highest of notes with ease and not be overawed by the tracks impressive thumping drum parts. It becomes more and more obvious throughout the album, just how integral drum parts are to this band, Tip Of Our Tongues has a U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday military style drum beat to it, its an effective tactic that gives the track an unrelenting momentum.
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