Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by IAmRockstar, Oct 10, 2012.
0:55 - not crazy about it
3:45 - little bit obsessed
NotJessieWare is giving me absolutely everything I could wish for in the video. I hope this is playlisted.
That nickname is lowkey M.O's greatest accomplishment. Can I change my username to that??
This needs to be a hit!
On first listen I prefer the Zac Samuel remix The video seems to be set to private/not working at the moment so let me reserve judgement.
Oh wow, I love it! I wish them the best of luck, they kind of are filling the void where the Sugababes/MKS used to be.
Ah, they always make me so happy. I'm glad they didn't have Neon Jungle's fate. This song is great and the visuals are so good.
I just want an album from them! The EPs are nice, but where's that bloody album? I'm glad Frankee still got time to shine - she seems to be having a better go at success post mini viva than Britt Love did. Which is surprising, since Britt was the lead in most cases.
Popjustice has a video button.
Why am I only hearing something from them now? This is so great.
I also checked out Dance On My Own. Another awesome track!
Ain't Got Time, Wait Your Turn, and For A Minute are also great.
I really think "Love The Most" from that Good Friends EP is great, too!
This is amazing!! They have everything, is it too much to ask for an album???
I really hope the radio get behind this. If Kisses for Breakfast can get a top 10, this can get a top 5 surely.
This song deserves to be an absolute smash. I really want them to make it.
Been following them for some time, but they never caught my attention. They seem very vulgar for me, too urban... I don't know how to explain, but something never "clicked" for me.
This new single has interested me and I have bought some of their singles from iTunes UK. I think "Preach" is my favourite song, besides "Who do you think of".
I wonder, like many of you, if they had side jobs to live or something else, because I can't believe they haven't split up after all these years flop after flop. Hahahahaha.
Let's see what's in store for these ladies.
Who Do You Think Of? is like a mix of Lush Life and Jamie xx's (I Know There's Gonna Be) Good Times. It felt a bit overly familiar from my very first listen, but I'm really happy these girls have stumbled upon what might be a breakthrough single. They work really well together.
Yes, I can see Who Do You Think Of? clicking with a lot more people because it does sound a lot more current then everything else they've put out.
But I don't see why it matters how they pay their bills. The fact they haven't split up just shows how dedicated and tight they are as a group, and I don't see how that's negative especially since the lack of commercial success hasn't affected the quality of their output negatively (for the most part).
If this isn't a hit for them, nothing will be. It sounds exactly like what a massive smash in 2016 should sound like.
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