Someone To Drive You Home by The Long Blondes was one of the albums of 2006, and Giddy Stratospheres was one on the highlights from the album. If that hasn't already convinced you to watch the Giddy Stratospheres video, you really do have so very much to learn.
Giddy Stratospheres was the song that alerted a lot of people to The Long Blondes before the album came out. It's spiky, it's slinky and even a toddler with substandard motor skills could clap along to it. It's another slice of unquestionably Sheffield pop from The Long Blondes; bristling with the detached glamour of The Human League and the seedy hedonism of Pulp at their finest. In Giddy Stratospheres The Long Blondes chide you for having a boring girlfriend, which sort of makes Giddy Stratospheres the Don't Cha by The Pussycat Dolls for people who read books and wear nylon shirts.
Oh, and a word of warning – as the video to Giddy Stratospheres itself states. "This video contains a hint of strobe lighting and a splash of 70s decor."