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The Euro 2016 Song That Could Become Ireland's Euro 2016 Song (With A Decent Producer)

The Euro 2016 Song That Could Become Ireland's Euro 2016 Song (With A Decent Producer)
By Donny Mahoney

We are 66 days away from Euro 2016 and with the 'craic' ramping up, we draw your attention to Salzburg for the first decent Euro 2016 song we've encountered this year (Key West and Shane Long goes back to 2015).

John Paul Wright and the gang at Murphy's Law pub have created the following psychedelic effort, 'Dance in France'.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ab5h296G0Y

Now, we know what your objections will be. This sounds as if it were recorded via a phone held up to a CD player. But that said, the song is catchy as hell. It sounds like a Christy Moore track chopped n' screwed by Hot Chip. Also, the lyrics are undeniably great if you listen in to them. They tell the story of how it went so wrong in Poland but why France will be so much better. And the video, especially the step dancers in shades, is excellent.

Give this one a chance --- it's a grower. Put these guys in a proper recording studio and 'Dance in France' could be the anthem we will be singing when we're parading with one shoe off on the Champs Elysses.

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