Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by jamesmax, Sep 8, 2018.
Are any of her singles singles these days?
I’m hearing shades of This Is How We Do in the way the production kind of stutters along in an enjoyable way so I’m bopping a bit. But yeah, that hole in the middle is really... there.
Scratch that, baby, we’re grateful.
Yes? Daisies got a bigger single push than most other songs this year.
Never Really Over as the opening track, though. Inspired.
Never Really Over
All full singles.
Harleys was a kind of cancelled single that they put out anyway and this just seems to be an album instant grat for now.
Smile is so much fun, I've not heard the Diddy version so I don't know how well he fills the gaps but it does feel like it needs something more.
It feels so odd listening to this right after the new one by Alanis Morissette which is SO dark and menacing.
This is cute.
I haven't heard the Diddy version, but even so, it's glaringly obvious something is missing from the track. I can't fathom why they wouldn't do something for all those empty bars!
I'm just a casual fan and to me it felt like Never Really Over and Daisies were the only ones that got a proper push, but maybe they're just the ones that they made the most impact on the GP. Lockdown also made things weird.
Harleys is still the standout for me, though.
That's giving me the fantastical vibes of Candyfornia but make it circus/freakshow. Can't she just buy that art from this person. It looks so cute next to Teenage Dream with the clouds.
Is it supposed to be like we're entering her puss or
She mentioned shooting the video for it in one of her interviews today, so I think it's probably still a single. Seems like perhaps they're just waiting till closer to the album release to push it. Maybe the version with Diddy will be the 'single version'. Unless Diddy requested to be removed. But since the video was shot sometime ago I would guess he's in it?
This is brilliant
It IS a bit too detailed / everything is small for the digital stores but yeah, it tells a story.
If she did change it, it would probably be a nightmare in terms of who owns the original assets used to create it (inside the tent, rollercoasters). Unless that Twitter gay just signed over the art and took full responsibility so he’d be the one sued ddd
There’s still time for this one, Katy.
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