I don't think they are, there are a few close ups in this video here during her verse -I'm now convinced Heidi's eyes are different colours, is this known?
I don't think they are, there are a few close ups in this video here during her verse -
And yes I'm also posting this so people can remember how lovely the song is AND to remind them of how horrendous Keisha's spring look was.
Vocally it’s pretty fantastic; the harmonies, particularly for an early 3.0 song, are very on point.
The others are reduced to the bridges, and the quite brilliant (especially for Change) harmonies.
The vocals are perfectly fine, particularly the harmonies for the nascent 3.0
Yeah, this definitely should have been the single instead of "Follow Me Home", especially given the hack job they did with the video for the latter. The poignancy you mentioned would really have recreated a "Goodbye" style sentiment, as @Lapras noted. They could even have used the same winter-y set from the photoshoot I grabbed the song cover from!At the time it was pretty difficult not to see this in light of Mutya leaving, which added an extra poignancy - and frankly I wish they'd released this as a single instead of re-recording "Follow Me Home" (which is a beautiful song but was always slightly too low for Amelle).
I think it's a combination of the single effect and its deceptively great high points. I always think it's a rather bland and basic song as well (that Apple sound effect ΝΝΝ) but then that chorus always knocks me out.How did Change (the song) get this far? It's quite bland, isn't it? A lot of the eliminated songs are so much more interesting.
Haha, I really don't mind Change. It's just that even for a band that was finding its feet at the time, the album was below their capabilities and less than what they deserved. And the more interesting and accomplished material they produced around that time really shows what a better album they could have made. That's all.
This was a lovely thing to say.As much as I admire the writing of lots of the other forum members, I'm enjoying the specific style and consistency of this particular rate so much that anyone else coming in would either be a jarring departure or would be desperately trying to keep up with what you have in mind, @beyoncésweave. I would rather have a slightly slower elimination speed than have a line-up of guests playing the Amelle to your Mutya.
Next to go is our second of four title tracks.