yeah and it is a pretty hard game at times, so I have been changing titles aswell, since some of the clues are a bit vagueArmyOfMe wrote:I saw eight tracks and I was already fuming...
Thank God they haven't released the whole tracklist yet lol
ArmyOfMe wrote:Benjamin wrote:I need a ‘Shine pt. II’
I hope Years & Years haven't completely disowned their pop roots as that's what made them become so popular in the first place.Wayne wrote:I just feel like I'm going to be disappointed with this.
This is a preview of track #5JakeP wrote:ArmyOfMe wrote:Benjamin wrote:I need a ‘Shine pt. II’I hope Years & Years haven't completely disowned their pop roots as that's what made them become so popular in the first place.Wayne wrote:I just feel like I'm going to be disappointed with this.
I really enjoyed Santify at first but it didn't have that longer lasting appeal and i felt like i got over the song a lot sooner than i expected.
SourceThe best pop music, after all, is written by outsiders for outsiders.
"I think so," he agrees. "Pop can be a Trojan Horse. You can dress it up as a dancehall banger but actually it can have a deep meaning inside of its shiny coating."
That's exemplified on Hallelujah, a frisky disco track about the joy of dancing with strangers that also looks at the loneliness of random hook-ups.
"I used to go clubbing a lot, and a lot of that time it was because I wanted to meet somebody," explains Alexander.
"I just wanted to find a connection and it didn't matter who it was, sometimes. There was a real, almost dark energy that was propelling me to keep going out. But there was also a redemptive quality to doing that.
"I think a lot about how clubs are almost like queer churches. You go and congregate and you dance. That's always been a sacred experience for me, although it's been both positive and negative. I wanted to write a song that flitted between those two things."