Elvis vs. Shark
Not a fan of the synths in the pre-chorus/chorus, but the rest of the song is pretty decent!
This is just a ridiculous coincidence, but this song sounds a lot like Walk The Moon’s “Iscariot”. Primarily just the chorus and the way the song builds to a loud end.
uuugnnghnh the Dizzee Rascal rap was so embarrassing, it’s like when your awkward uncle starts rapping at Christmas dinner.
Yeeugh. I like Lorde but this is a hollow and unneeded cover. The Bright Eyes version was so good because Conor wrote it about a specific situation in his life so his emotion filtered through and made the song more powerful even though ironically he sang in a more subdued way.
This was the last album I was eagerly anticipating this year and it let me down hard. It’s not the supposed change in style that I dislike, it’s just that there’s no hooks. Other than “Happy Idiot” and the title track, there’s nothing that sticks in your head. A lot of it sounds like filler off a pop album- repetitive but without substance.
I don’t think anyone was expecting another Cookie Mountain or Dear Science but NTOL was pretty great (“Will You” and “Caffeinated Consciousness” are both top tier TVOTR) and I thought this would be on that level at least.
One of my favorite bands ever, and it looks like it’ll continue to be that way. Fantastic song.
It’s scary to think that there are men who will go their entire lives having gotten away with abuse, and nobody ever finds out. Hopefully this and other recent cases will open the floodgates and allow for more women to speak out against their abusers.
I went to school with a lot of “cool, hip, buddy-buddy, in-the-know” guys EXACTLY like Ghomeshi and they had similar allegations leveled against them, but nothing ever happened because of their reputation, inaction and murky details.
It would be comforting (IF the rumours about them were indeed true) to see them brought to justice instead of letting them live life unscathed while the women they hurt continue to live with that burden.
I just burst out laughing because this is actually pretty good.
I never ever ever imagined that a shock rocker (whom I never liked) would, twenty years into his career, release a relevant-sounding, enjoyable song.
World be cray.
They’re super huge here in Toronto, basically an institution. I know a lot of people who are “SO INTO” Foos, and count them as their favorite band. Most of them girls actually.
Ha ha ha he sounds like a weird robot and very out of place amongst the others.
Also good contribution, Dave Grohl.