Some tracks are hard to get into on the first listen, while others draw you in from the first second. ‘Foreign Hands’, the new single from British indie/folk artist George Ogilvie is definitely the latter. The opening guitar keys and knotted drum beats really sets the mood, before George’s vocals captivate and take you to a foreign, alternative landscape (in this case, some mist-topped hills). The chorus hits at the 1-minute mark and then you can’t go back – the melody is absolutely gorgeous and I for one will be humming it for the rest of the week at least. The remainder of the track ebbs and flows between that incredible chorus and the swelling verses, ending in an understated, powerful way. Much like the rest of the song! Listen above and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!