I don’t think this fresh music discovery by the snazzy Ben Ivory could find itself lost in translation, as Ben delivers a message that is wholly identifiable to us at EQ championing the freedom rights of universal love, with whom ever you wish to choose.

As Germany’s newest pop saviour, Ben Ivory is marching this empowering directive, with style and panache straight through to the German National Finals of Eurovision, whereupon, should it secure a placing as the German entry it would really poke one in the eye to the overtly camp style silliness that more often than not usually finds itself representing the spectrum of rainbow love.

Styled as gritty symphonic slab of industrialised nouveau wave “The Righteous Ones” cuts loose into a dance crescendo of powerhouse pizzazz as the chorus breaks through the threads of the verses steely alt-pop architecture, to bring around a full picture of artily expressive artistry, that we’re finding and loving in a kind of Patrick Wolf style of approach.

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