Run This Town emphasises this feeling of glory of returning without caring what anyone thinks of them. It's like they forgot they were ever a massive band in the UK popular music scene and have returned to their mod rock roots. With a similar style both musically and lyrical to the work of Over the Counter Culture, this is a a clear sign that the band wants to back to their humble beginnings and just have fun and Preston and William Brown create some cool and bouncy riffs elevated by the pounding drumming of Simon Goldring.
So, Run This Town is likely to excite any fan of The Ordinary Boys' early work, as it clearly shows that to be a style they wish to pursue again. Hopefully, this will see the beginning of a succesful and prosperous comeback for these guys.