Colin MacIntyre aka Mull Historical Society returns with the perfect summer song. A song so catchy, you will no doubt finding yourself humming the tune over and over. It is made more impressive by the fact that MacIntyre does nearly everything himself, from playing the instruments to twiddling the knobs.
Lyrically the song is not your usual chart release; with questions of scientific development and allusions to Leonardo Da Vinci's flying machine, Colin MacIntyre stands out from the crowd. This is three minutes and twenty-four seconds of pure musical enjoyment, from verse to chorus through a bridge that you cannot help singing along to.
This is definitely a song to brighten up the dullest day, or even better, to listen to while sitting in the sun.