In the verse part of Genesis' "Behind the Lines", the last line of the chord progression goes:
F C Dm Bb G -> C (resolution)
What is that cadence? What is the theory for that
bVII - V - I?
I've heard a lot of times the double plagal cadence that goes
IV/IV (bVII) - IV - I, for example in the outro of Hey Jude. But I could not find the correlation between the bVII and V chords.
I thought maybe it could be kind of a resolution where D stays the same, Bb goes to B and F goes to G (if voiced and inverted correctly); but it's kind of disorienting that the Bb is chromatic to the key...