Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by jamesmax, Sep 8, 2018.
Scream I'm a Fopp hunty now! xxxx
The stills look better than the video.
If she could have filmed a few more takes on the set with different energy/expressions/kinds of movement, the video would be brilliant too. As is, it feels like she wants to stop shooting.
Queen! I used to go there as I did my bachelors in Film at East Anglia before my masters in HR at Surrey.
Do we have a timeline of when these songs were recorded?
Enjoying this more and more each day. Such a solid album.
She made a lot of music before and during her first season on Idol.
2018: Never Really Over, Cry About It Later, Teary Eyes, Not The End of The World, Smile, Champagne Problems
2019: What Makes A Woman*, Harleys in Hawaii, Small Talk
2020: Resilient, Tucked, Daisies, Only Love
*”What Makes A Woman” might have been rewritten for Daisy.
This is a really solid pop album. Although the singles might not reach the dizzying heights of her earlier tracks, as a collection it's a great listen.
I've played it alot this last week and I would say this is my favourite behind 'Teenage Dream'. Total grower. It's a shame it's not connecting with the general public as much as her earlier stuff.
The pain of a pop fan....seeing your golden girls start to fall down the charts... what even is a chart anymore anyway??
The way Tucked sounds like an Ava Max song done right.
It sounds like a The Cardigans song to me and I love it for that.
My friend and I who ordered the first limited edition picture disc (the fan-designed one) have been issued refunds, so I assume they’re cancelling those.
They’re doing it just for the fan-designed one?
I will happily admit that I'm still hammering this. I absolutely love High On Your Supply.
Is High On Your Supply available to stream anywhere without buying the Japanese version? Which I’m close to doing.
As with most artists I love, I have been revisiting Katy's previous albums and Witness is hitting me more than it did when it came out. I've always enjoyed it but now I am finding more to love about it.
Save As Draft and Deja Vu were two songs i dismissed before but now I adore them.
Tucked is the perfect throwback to One of the Boys. Everything about it is effortlessly her which is why i stan.
Didn't her label buy that design from them? Surely they pressed them but maybe they sold too many?
Oof. Thought this had #1 on lock
She’s not a sales juggernaut any longer and I think she’s made peace with that.
In Katy's own words, "she's fabulous for a throwback".
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