I really feel like someone out there is doing great things specifically for me because "I'm on Fire" is my absolute favorite Bruce Springsteen single and now there have been 2 bands in the past 2 months that have covered it and put their own stamp on it. This track is by the New Jersey, synth group Crozet which I am not exceptionally familiar with but am going to be doing a lot of research into in the next few days.
What they've done on this track is take something that had an initial melancholia to it and punch it up with their use of upbeat synth and that saxophone. If you want my attention, throw a sax into a song and you've won me heart and soul. The vocal isn't as potentially creepy as The Boss' version because his could come across as a bit aggressive. Crozet's version is much easier as a whole and has less of an unchecked longing that could lead to a restraining order in it. There's still an ache of loneliness that is built into the track but that comes with the territory.
I mean how many times in your life have you been left with just an overwhelming sense of need because you care about someone that much? I think it's a normal feeling when you want to be with someone to need them in your life. This track fully encapsulates that in a pretty incredible way.
Crozet on the Web