Oh how we’ve waited, pined even for a new blast of Monarchy awesomeness to be upon us, as the teasing anticipation has been stretched some since “Disintegration”, the meganormous collaboration with Dita Von Teese of last year.

Monarchy return to our awareness with “Living Without You”, characteristically although, somewhat tentatively from hitting upon the initial key sound, it purrs with the Andrew Armstrong orchestrated Monarchy brand of cool and even some when Ra Black’s distinctively positioned vocals enter the brilliant synth fuzzy equation.

Monarchy are back and it all feels rather glorious to be even saying that!

Living Without You” doesn’t in anyway disappoint, if anything Monarchy are few strokes cleverer dynamically speaking than before, in initiating a club pop sound with some intelligent backbone of electronica in support of it.