Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by iCarly Rae Jepsen, Mar 2, 2017.
I wasn't in love with the song at first, but I've replayed it like 10 times now and..
Totally unexpected, but I dig it. Really her voice on anything will have me listening to it. LDR has the same effect on me.
Think it's okay, I'll probably be singing it non-stop by next week though.
To be fair, we have known that he was involved with the album for a long time, but not to the extent of co-producing the entire thing
Is that Jack playing piano in the video too?
I think I've played this song 15 times already. So dang catchy.
Yeah so this is the best pop song of the year so far and it's not even close
yep, that's him!
This is soooo good
Excited to listen
I knew Jack was working with her quite a bit but I didn't realize it was to the extent of full album producer! Even more excited for this now!!
I think this song is not very good and I was really looking forward to it :/ but i'll still check the album!
Very cool song
Was hoping the first song would approach "Royals" level awesomeness. This is a fine Robyn-esque jam, but it's not in her top 5 for me.
yeah this is OK. Still excited.
I'm loving the confidence she's been showing on social media/interviews today. I feel like last album cycle she was really shy and self conscious. She knows this song owns (and probably the album too) and is obviously so stoked to finally release it.
This is really good and I'm also excited to see Jack produced this album
i really like this. sneaky jack antonoff cameo there.
Echoing the pop song of the year thought, I'm replaying this thing all day and all week
Played Green Light on repeat on my way to school this morning. If this isn't my pop AOTY, then I'll be disappointed.
Already obsessed with it
Every time I listen to Pure Heroine it slowly creeps more and more up my favorite albums ever.
I don't think I ever listened to Pure Heroine in full. Need to do that this weekend.
Also I hate to be an asshole but the fact that Jack Antonoff produced the whole thing really worries me
Predicting a Lorde / Bleachers arena tour in the future
I really want to like this because I really liked her first album. Unfortunately, to me, this sounds like evetything else out there today. The verses are great though.