Maybe it's a generational thing. I want my rock stars to be grungy and mysterious, while Costanza is all about connecting with the fanbase. The video blog is "just a really fun way to interact with all of the people who support me on a more personal level," she told one magazine. "I want people to know who I really am. I never want to just put a face on." (NB: the Discopop irony meter™ has just exploded).
Still, if you can do a George Michael and
It starts out with handclaps - always a good sign - and a sugary-sweet verse that wouldn't sound out of place on a Taylor Swift album. But the chorus bursts out of the speakers with sky-slicing guitars and an impassioned scream of a vocal.
First released last October, it got the band signed by Fuelled By Ramen (Gym Class Heroes, Travie McCoy, Panic! At The Disco). This won't be the last we hear from them.