The Eurozone crisis is making monsters of its citizens, including kids.
The Ravonettes have produced a great little music video for their latest song Curse the Night that totally feeds off the current economic miasma. The deplorable financial situation in Europe has resulted in the youngest (and the very oldest) in society carrying the burden of suffering caused by an unequal redistribution wealth and suppressed opportunities. Therefore, it makes sense for a European indie pop band to make a song and dance about it.
Not one to break from tradition, Danish duo Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo deliver another tune that sounds remarkably like all their other songs, but when it’s this good, who can complain. Bad times have never sounded so soothing.