Before exploring the darkest aspects of human emotions in “Stop This,” The Lunar Keys provided a plethora of contrasts for our ears with “Silent Ricochet.” Through the tones of “Oxygen Type,” they are currently conveying the sensation of impulsivity to our ears. The irrational desire to run into the night and make the most of every second of that night is tightly packed into the song.
The alternative rock attractiveness of “Oxygen Type” is accompanied by a catchy pace that draws you in right away. The vocals nicely pepper the introduction while the heaviness hits just perfectly. The singers’ minor echoes give them personality and give the song’s opening a slightly enigmatic feel. The Killers’ influences are undeniably present, yet The Lunar Keys completely reinvent the upbeat sound.
You can imagine “Oxygen Type” being played on radios, being a hit at festivals, being played via speakers at a summer BBQ, and waking you up on your morning commute, which is something to adore about it. It’s a song that will linger in your head because to the catchy bop and strong vocals.
With good weighting given both the band and the singers, the track’s tempo and tone are modified throughout to keep the listener interested. You will definitely have the song “Oxygen Type” on repeat.
The Guildford-based The Lunar Keys have had success with their earlier albums and have been broadcast on more than 200 radio stations. Their most recent release, “Oxygen Type,” has also received positive attention, having appeared twice on BBC Introducing.