Crusing along on one of the more freak unique backing tracks that the band have produced in a while, 'An Open Letter To NYC' is a big old group hug for the trio's native city. It's outrageously worthy - no real difference from one of those mawkish tracks that appears towards the top ends of the pop chart, but just about gets away with it thanks to the collection of phased keyboards, edgy guitars and electro-bass that makes it all sound a lot darker and edgier than it actually is. Kind of like punk rock candy floss.
"Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Staten, From the Battery to the top of Manhattan, Asian, Middle-Eastern and Latin, Black, White, New York you make it happen".
6Matt D'Cruz's Score