Wow.A classic but excellent intro ! After that.. I must I don't really enjoy listening to spoken word in a a song, but the verse is so short that I can accept it. And the rest is so good : bridge/chorus are sung (not spoken) all the way through, and as catchy as can be. The vocals sound really attractive.. And there is a nice middle eight with whispers and backing vocals, followed by a few guitar chords announcing a synth part and the remaining choruses. A very well constructed track, very catchy, it is not far from perfect ! Congratulations, pal, as a (french) amateur composer, I feel really impressed, hence the very high (the highest I have ever given on N1music) rating. Wow.
nice songHi. Nice song. Musically very professionnally and well done. It's really boybandy, reminds me of the Backstreet Boys or Take That and it has a very thriving beat. I wonder whether you have a video with dancing in it on this song. It's not entirely my style of music, but, yeah, I can dig it. When you claim the style is electronica, you should add singer-songwriter 'cause it's a good and modern song with a quite allright composition. I like the way the song fades out repeating the refrain. The electric guitar-soloing at the end is touching and just great really. What you CAN say about the song is that it doesn't go TOO deep, but hey, when you dance on it using good choreography, this is "girl-idol" worthy man... I'm curious for more of your songs and please check mine: N1M search: spiceypete Good luck. Pieter B. from Ghent, Belgium
Could be betterSorry, I didn't like it. Reminded me a lot of late nineties / early millenial boy band pop songs. See backstreet boys or the Brit pop group Blue. There was nothing wrong with the track composition or the anything inheritently bad about the vocal - it was just a little bit pop-cheese. If that's your thing then you'll probably disagree and enjoy the track. For me, it's a little dated. Sorry!