It’s not hard to guess what’s ranking today. Sometimes a song can be written about someone in particular, may make reference to a specific person or be inspired by the relationship between two people. In this case, that “someone” happens to be a boy / man / whatever you want to tell.
05. Magic Kids – Hey Boy
Magic Kids are like super-sweet fizzy drinks. Too much can hurt you. But take the right dose (in this case less than two minutes, although I think I feel the need to give play several times), are incredibly refreshing. Hey Boy comes directly from the world of Beach boys and transmit innocence joy to each agreement.
04. Daniel – Bat For Lashes
Daniel Larusso thus called in The Karate Kid for Natasha Khan who had a passion, Daniel is full of nostalgic images reminiscent of the innocence and joy of first love, but also the pain and loneliness resulting from separation.
03. Hot Chip – Boy From School
Hot Chip is experts in electronic genre to add more humanity, and their songs were always a bittersweet taste. Boy From School is no exception and give Londoners know that life synthesizers using the vocal harmonies and introspective lyrics.
02. The Presets – This Boy’s In Love
Whether or not a homosexual relationship, This Boy’s In Love Presents at The Australian is a love letter to teen and owes its existence seems to Depeche Mode, with its repetitive sampleuri and synthesizers.
01. Franz Ferdinand – Michael
Like many others before them (Bowie and Morrissey to name just two), Franz Ferdinand plays with concepts of gender roles and sexuality. The lyrics were changed several times, initially last verse “Come and dance with me” is much more explicit “Come all over me” and the word ‘missing’ was replaced with ‘HIPS’