"Are we programmed for broken romance?", Ben Thornewill, lead singer of Brooklyn pop trio Jukebox The Ghost
sings at the beginning of the group's new tune, "Everybody's Lonely." Sure, it sounds cynical, but it takes the listener on an equally overwhelming and satisfying whirlwind of sonics. Thornewill, much like Freddie Mercury, performs vocal acrobatics while a theatrical piano plays away, a group of voices chimes in, and several musical changes occur. It's a dramatic and dynamic arrangement that's sure to live on for quite some time.
"Everybody's Lonely" is off of the group's upcoming LP Off To The Races
, set to be released on March 30th.