New kids on the block Terror Pigeon have released a new single called “The Internet.” The single features a variety of pop culture references, such as Verizon, Facebook, and other such internet-related themes.
The Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt have become a very popular group in fairly rapid order. Becoming well-known for their live shows and energetic dance music, this group has based a few of their catchy tunes on some of the popular items and websites of today. Consider one of the opening lines of “The Internet,” which goes as follows: “Then my worthless phone breaks/Verizon you’re a cheapskate/Facebook messages will have to do.” Terror Pigeon definitely have their finger on the pulse of twenty-first century pop culture, which has become saturated with technological advancements. With a catchy, danceable beat, it’s hard to figure out if Terror Pigeon are attempting to warn us of the perils of our technological triumphs, or if they’re asking us to celebrate the wonders of it along with them. As long as the beat keeps going like it has thus far, Terror Pigeon can sign all of us up as soon as possible.
Terror Pigeon has released a couple of singles thus far: “The Internet,” and the equally danceable “Dharma and Gregd.” Their album Have The Best Day Of Your Life, which is not the full title, has been out since early Summer. It features a wide swath of catchy electro-pop tunes that incorporate melodic keyboards, spacey vocals, and ear-catching lyrics.