Total Giovanni do good things – they’re like the musical equivalent of bringing a canvas bag to the supermarket instead of using plastic ones. Good for the environment. Good for the people. Perfect for awkward white guys attempting to do sexy dance moves.
Total Giovanni follow in the footsteps of universal sex symbol Donny Benet, unashamedly taking disco into the modern age. Italo synths bubble around a chorus of Cruel Intentions-flavoured heartbreak. It’s sad, demonic and played with such dripping lust, you’ve got to mop up the floor after the song finishes up. Even if you’re drier than a nun in the desert, that sax solo that wraps up this jam will bring out the inner Niagara Falls.