SINGLE REVIEW: Boo Seeka – Never Enough

While we’ve been restrained from dancing in public throughout the year, that hasn’t stopped Boo Seeka from dropping some serious TUNES to get us prepared for when we can all embrace again on the dancefloor and in mosh pits. The melancholic pop-dance tracks ‘Take A Look’ and ‘Days Get Better’ were the first offical taste of their forthcoming sophomore studio album which is slated for a 2021 release. And now the slinky duo have got a new summer anthem for us to hold in our hot little hands. 

‘Never Enough’ is a pulsating synth moment that has a retrospective disco element intertwined with the moody dance-pop foundations that make up a classic Boo Seeka track. Sonically found somewhere between PNAU and Jamiroquai, it is a lighter sound to their previous releases which makes it perfect for summer. Built around the bridge, this song compliments the all-round idea quite perfectly and gives you clear-cut moments for handclaps and singalong moments in their future live shows. 

Reflecting on being in love, they describe the ways you feel when you first fall head over heels. “The way, we go, we go, go back to being everything I know we’re feeling. I just want to fly, can I take you along for the ride, take you along for the ride. We go, we go, go back to feeling” they sing. 

‘Never Enough’ is a lighter dance-pop sound for them, and it compliments the evolution that their previous two singles have been outlining. Get ready to belt this one out a festival in 2021.