Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by strangekin, Oct 5, 2015.
Is anyone else slightly obsessed with musicians & their handwriting
So all the registered songs made up into the final tracklist, except that one called "Egoista" that I found today on PPL repertoire, maybe it's for some upcoming soundtrack or something like that.
Thanks! Not available in my country, what's the release date? Sorry if it's been said before!
I'm so ready for this. 20th October can't come soon enough.
Alone is also up on Spotify New Zealand already and it's a nice track, but I feel like it's the worst from released ones for me. Not really outstanding track for Jessie.
How the fuck do I make a New Zealand Spotify account
She's definitely going a lot more Pop with this album. (Curse the day she met Ed Sheeran)
A week after the St. Vincent album! I'm not sure I can cope with all of this pleasure.
Here for her Body Say.
The new track is very... Westlife, complete with the standing-up-from-stools final chorus.
Nothing's really hit the mark for me from this album.
Fucking same and crying.
Like, everything's just a bit... overwrought and maudlin, but then, I think Tough Love was maybe a little like that too and the stuff from this album has doubled down on that. The slight edge and aloofness she had with the first album is gone; it's pure Heart FM fodder now.
"Alone" is nothing new from her. Definitely feels like a "Wildest Moment" counterpart, which makes sense given she co-wrote it with the same collaborator. It's fine, but the other two are much better.
I blame motherhood.
Also, on the radio tonight she said she wasn't allowed to talk about the album release date just before Annie was clearly about to say it. I come in here to find that iTunes has blown the date anyway and it's just over a month away, so... what was the plan? To announce it on Twitter a few hours later instead of national radio?
She also said that she felt the first two albums had been very production led and this time around she wanted to write songs that would also sound good on just a guitar, which felt a little... disingenuous of her to say. The melodies and songwriting in general across both albums are really solid and I would say far stronger than anything we've had from this album so far, so I didn't really get what she meant.
She's announcing it tomorrow, seems like iTunes jumped the gun.
...So the plan really was to announce it on Twitter instead of the biggest radio station in the country? A mess.
Motherhood doesn't allow hit albums because that would mean too much touring (Beyoncé is an exception because she clearly evolved into another species that will survive end of humanity).
Why promote your music when you have twitter?
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