The ironic thing about Never Wanna Dance is that there is something undeniably danceable about the track, with it having the power to get even the most stubborn of people onto their feet.
By Jane Howkins
The track riffs on Harry Belafonte’s classic Jump In The Line, turning it into a modern electro-indie track. It’s fun, bouncy, and will get you moving if you allow it to. Visc. certainly seem to have what it takes to progress in the music industry, with Never Wanna Dance showing a band with the talent and imagination available to get there. Now if they can only learn to dance on stage, then they’ll be a hit!