I think the thing I love about James is that everything he does, he does it with such unabashed joy that it's tangible over the airwaves. When he sings about going out and having a good time, you know it's going to happen. He throws every bit of himself into the recording and you are left with this product that just resonates so deeply with what he's giving you. With this track, you so easily connect with what he's singing about because we've all been there. We've all looked at our lives after a long, grueling week and realized that if something doesn't change, there's a chance we may break.
So we throw on our best gear and take off to drink and dance our cares away. We've called everyone and let them know that they damn sure better be at the club or they are dead to you and you just let it all wash away. He's growing as an artist and you can hear it in not only his vocals but the orchestration and the audio treatment. It's big and bawdy and it's a song that's going to get you off your ass and out the door. If James keeps this pace up, there won't be a disco in the world that doesn't know his name.