PassCode work the stylistic mish-mash with the screamo vocals, processed raps, heavy metal guitars, and dance beats. The short version shows us the girls in separate locales: rooftops, trendy shops, crowded streets and school rooftops. I have to say that PassCode themselves look more mature in these settings than I remember. Maybe it’s the attitude, maybe it’s good styling and direction. Probably it’s all three. Whatever happened, I’ve never been more interested in learning about the girls. The song is a bit sprawling with an arrangement that doesn’t stick to any one style long enough to earn its hooks. I know this chop suey approach is the point of “bite the bullet”, but it’s hard to groove unless you have a groove (so to speak). You can bite the bullet with PassCode when their CD hits the shelves on April 19, 2017.
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