When you're a party person, the nights turn into weeks and years until eventually, the precious times you love to half-remember blur into indescribable feelings of warmth. The lights, the music, the friendly faces, the times you fell asleep half on and off your bestie's couch, who can say when and where they actually flashed before your eyes? What matters is that you lived it, and life was good.
That's the feeling we get listening to Justice's "Stop," a retro '70s rock ballad vibe with lyrics about nostalgia while running head first into the next decade of decadent bliss. It gets an equally retro video treatment. Run through a psychedelic bit of neon space as images and figures morph into metaphors, with plenty of Justice-heavy favorites, like baseballs and women, and of course, a cross.