SAID THE GRAMOPHONE: DETECTORS IN THE EYES
"The song's sound at first seems dated, dyed in the pastel shades of late-90s trance. But within moments the cascade is everywhere-- these ringing bells, these glowing synths, like a room filled with butterfly wings. Much more The Knife than Paul Oakenfold, Shapiro has made a proper song, like Douglas Coupland's "slot machines clanging out silver dollars, rubies, and sugar candies." A clarion of kisses.