The track, a remake of the Nirvana classic which features new talent 18-year-old Julia Church on vocals, sees Dom Peters and Dave Poole add a new future house-influenced bassline to their usual sound. A DJ-friendly move that drives the single towards radio and club dance floors the world over.
Lilting effortlessly over the energetic production, Churchs mature vocal gives the piece luxurious depth. Muted organs and swelling synths build through to upbeat claps and piano stabs, before exploding into that bassline and full-bodied piano and saxophone sections, the familiar trademark of Goldfish's world-renowned sound. Heart Shape Box is arguably the most commercial track Goldfish have released in a while, yet in equal measures catchy, uplifting and exhilarating it stays true to the analogue magic that Poole and Peters inject in huge doses to all their work.