A sparse and sinister electric guitar line is the first thing we hear... suddenly the vocals spark in with "Get me a dollar for my worried mind... pulling jealous heart strings all the time". The vocals are full of spirit and desperation all-together in quick fleeting moments, making for a conflictual effect that suits the theme perfectly.
Suddenly full production kicks in with added guitars and drums, the pace doesn't change, but the mood shifts. Now the idea is bigger... and as it progresses it starts to kick up a ruckus. Singer Clinton Vearil chirps up screams with growing enthusiasm and a sickly spirit that mesmerizes, verses are lastly revisited with a classic, almost do-woop style backing vocal that adds to the dynamic once more.
Altogether "See It Go" is a very strong single with an almost Vaudevillian quality to it... quite unique and addictive.
"See It Go" by The KillTones is available at a "Name Your Own Price" deal via their Bandcamp page.