Though synthpop at its core and owing a debt to an early 80s sound as well, as ever with Hazard’s music, it’s not just an exercise in recreating a retro reimagining of the past. The lead melody hints at Erasure or early Depeche Mode for sure. However, the pop/rock leanings of the arrangement and the reflective nature of the lyrics ally with the pristine production and futurepop hooks to make Juggernaut a song that acknowledges the past without being a slave to it.
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