He's a man on fire. Go dance with him.
At frontman Alexander Ebert's urging, do a little hippie dance to Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros new single "Man on Fire," the first recorded track available from the group's forthcoming new album "Here."
This easy spiritual number moves between gospel and a country shuffle, spreading the message of safety and comfort with the occasional help of a didgeridoo. Like some of the band's best songs, "Man on Fire" succeeds with simplicity and earnestness, a single mind from the Magnetic Zeros seemingly numberless mass.