Comments: Quality Lead single from Future Nostalgia. Very 80s inspired and the heavy synth gives it a very maniac feel.
The thing I love about this song is how it feels like a continuation of her last big song - but takes the elements that work off of that song and builds upon it, using the 80s pastiche as her brush and this song her canvas, leaving the quality album that this came from
Comments: Homie just sent me a 16, near 17 minute long song.
I'll admit this song was kinda boring at the start, but as it went on it kept more of it as time passed by. 5 mins is sorta where my attention span cuts out for a song (see spiderz's submission in r1) so I kinda forced myself to finish the song.
All the information you get from it is new, and it's a fairly low energy song - to the point it kinda feels like a folk song from a medieval bard.
Not rlly sure how to feel with it, honestly. There are a few minutes I like, and there are a few I dislike - It's a poem w/ a message, and one that feels like a performance. I dunno man, it's biggest problem is it's biggest strength, it seems.
Comments: Certainly a good song that's very cute and lovey dovey. At the same time, kinda underwhelms me, and especially when the song just sorta ends, leaves me wanting a bit more. Kinda works in it's favour.
Comments: Despite a slow start, this song builds up into a combination of really clean vocals with a really dirty sounding production. The contrast allows the vocalist to stick out more as his vocal melodies stick into your head and create what feels like a very personal song. It's damn good.
Like it's sooo cute. The vibe it establishes is so small and personal that you just can't putting yourself in Daniel's shoes here. The guitar really leads you into the feeling, and the little finger slide done to make that squeak really takes away most of the high gloss production feeling that seems to be behind it. It's a really well balanced, adorable song.