Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Butterfly, May 16, 2021.
I actually really like this mid-2000s pop/rock power ballad moment….just wish it was a solo record. Don’t care for his voice.
Ugh the man's vocals are grating, this will be a skip on the album for me, I fear.
Obsessed with the way Horizon guy tackles this cute, third-single-from-a-Disney-star's-Hollywood-records-album-in-2006 ballad like his life actually depends on it. You're overdoing it, mate.
Yeah, I'm not feeling this one.
This starts off not bad but falls apart, pretty bad.
'Mirror' and 'Burning Bridges' were fantastic singles but everything since has been uninspiring. I wouldn't be surprised if this album barely makes the charts. There seems to be no hype/traction behind her at the moment.
The song‘s good, Oli sounds amazibg.
Not Sigrid of all girls entering her christian rock era...
This collab is weird. Her entire career post-Strangers has been weird.
This is such a weird pairing of people.
I have been reading an article about how she was signed in the UK and how excited the label are/were. Comparing her rawness to Amy Winehouse.
Yet I’m looking at this second album “campaign” with slight trepidation.
I quite enjoy Sigrid, so this is not meant to be mean, but in what way are the two *at all* similar?!
I did think this myself. The label said she came in and did some stripped back demos and it reminded them of Amy.
I’m trying to imagine Amy ever releasing an album where a Don’t Start Now-style track and a Bring Me The Horizon collab would exist together. Nope.
They meant Amy Studt.
Ahh sorry that’s my fault then! Makes sense now.
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