The chorus alone is enough to get most of us hooked on Twin Hidden's song writing. From the start of the song you might be fooled into thinking this could be Take That's next ear worm, but as soon as the duo begin to let loose, it becomes starkly apparent that there are more imaginative (and weirder) ideas afoot. The beats are tricksy and the instrumentation is sparse; what instrumentation there is would be at home on a Sufjan Stevens record, but the majority of the work is left to the pairs' harmonies.
By the end of 'Join Hands', so many different elements have been introduced, it takes several listens to have actually taken it all in. Like any great film, you'll notice more and more reasons to love this band with every listen.