Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by OspreyQueen, Oct 3, 2018.
I love country music.
If she released each of these as a 12” I would buy the whole collection ff
Is Azealia going to come for Slayyyter due to a perceived similarity to "Liquorice"?
Azealia hasn’t mentioned Slayyyter in ages (like years), so she probably won’t say anything unless one of her stans says something. But who cares
Ugh the looks. Incredible.
I guess Doghouse might be yellow since she shot a video for that one too and it's the only missing color.
Oh wow, the still for the video should've been the single art. Stunning.
I still can’t believe this album hasn’t been rush released and it’s still got 2 months to go.
Well it makes sense why they didn't rush release it now, knowing they had this whole rollout planned.
This song is such a bop.
I'm not noticing any notable differences with mastering like you could with Clouds. It does sound a bit compressed to the max once the instrumental beefs up at the first chorus.
Hmm... I’m unsure. I think it’s the mixing during the chorus that’s sounding a bit rough to me at first but maybe it’ll grow.
Edit: I can confirm it’s already grown. The video will probably seal it.
Definitely my favourite single so far. Can't wait for the video!
This is incredible, I can't wait for my signed vinyl.
This is my least favorite of the most recent three, but I do love the crunchy Sleigh Bells vibe.
I can’t stop playing it....it’s so incredible. It also is strikingly similar to another song but I can’t put my finger on it.
Love this - the last three singles have been pop excellence in different ways!
I was a bit alarmed at the fuzziness of the synths in the preview but hearing it in full, it actually works. Like @lushLuck said, it's very Sleigh Bells, a brick wall of sound that hits your senses all at once. Joyfully overwhelming and adds to the ferocity of the track.
I also adore how she is not afraid of playing with the structure of her songs. Both this and Troubled Paradise have kept me guessing althoughout the song in way not since Xenomania productions. Which is delightful. In fact, in that way, Clouds is very Call The Shots in that it's simple structure stands out even more.
The end of Cowboys really sounds like it's gearing up for a final explosive chorus which never comes which is midly frustrating.
Yeah same. For me it's the "at the rodeoooo" part.
This is very excellent and once again melodically surprising
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