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ANDY GRAMMER - FRESH EYES (SONG)


Digital
S-Curve 1136336963


TRACKS
29.07.2016
Digital S-Curve 1136336963 (BMG)
1. Fresh Eyes
3:18
   

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VersionLängeTitelLabel
Nummer
Format
Medium
Datum
3:18Fresh EyesS-Curve
1136336963
Single
Digital
29.07.2016
3:18Hitzone 80USM
5375141
Compilation
CD
03.02.2017
MUSIC DIRECTORY
Andy GrammerAndy Grammer: Discographie / Fan werden
SONGS VON ANDY GRAMMER
A Friend Like You
Back Home
Biggest Man In Los Angeles
Blame It On The Stars
Build Me A Girl
Co-Pilot
Crazy Beautiful
Fine By Me
Fireflies
Forever
Fresh Eyes
Give Love (Andy Grammer feat. LunchMoney Lewis)
Good To Be Alive (Hallelujah)
Hey Hey Hallelujah (Rachel Platten feat. Andy Grammer)
Holding Out
Honey, I'm Good.
Keep Your Head Up
Keep Your Head Up (Relève la tête) (Andy Grammer feat. Mélissa NKonda)
Kiss You Slow
Ladies
Love Love Love (Let You Go)
Lunatic
Masterpiece
Miss Me
Pushing
Red Eye
Remind You
Sinner
Slow
The Heavy And The Slow
The Pocket
We Could Be Amazing
You Should Know Better
ALBEN VON ANDY GRAMMER
Andy Grammer
Magazines Or Novels
 
REVIEWS
Durchschnittliche Bewertung: 3.28 (Reviews: 18)
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****
Hübsch-niedlicher Klampfen-Song, der mit leichtem Beat ganz rund läuft ... zwar unscheinbar ... fragile halt ...
***
Pleasant but uninteresting white guy pop. 3.25
*****
^^^^


But I am enjoying this more right now :P
Zuletzt editiert: 04.02.2017 06:28
****
It's fine.
****
Ja, hübsch und niedlich bringen es auf den Punkt. So der typische Hintergrund-Song, wundert mich daher nicht dass er bei Spotify so erfolgreich ist, doch downloaden will's trotzdem kaum jemand. -4*
**
Zum dafür auch noch Geld ausgeben ist das zu gewöhnlich und langweilig. Ich muss hier schwach bewerten, weil mir dieser Sound - zumindest dieser Song - mittlerweile meine Ohren zum kotzen bringen.
***
Naja, dieser Sound ist meines Erachtens jetzt aber nicht unbedingt etwas, das ausschließlich in unserer Zeit überpräsent ist. Sicherlich ist die Nummer etwas loungig angehoust, aber netten Gitarren-Klampfsound dieser Couleur gibt es doch schon seit eh und je. Macht die Nummer natürlich trotzdem nicht unbedingt spannender.
***
Drei Sternchen sind für diesen gewöhnlichen Klampfensound schon drin. Mehr aber nicht. Auch die Stimme ist nicht besonders.
***
Tolerable but quite uninteresting.
***
What irelander said.

I was certainly expecting much worse.

3.25*
***
Mässig spannend.
***
Tolerable.
****
I haven't enjoyed numerous of his releases from the past few years so I was surprised when I ended up liking this. I'm going to blame that guitar riff, which seems to get me almost every time it's present in a hit. It's also quite pleasant sounding at least, so doesn't annoy me at all. Catchy too. It's about as simple as an ARIA chart hit in 2016 gets but at least it's not a trop house cover. I'm amazed I still enjoy this though, I thought I would be sick of it by the time it became a hit. But despite hearing it fairly frequently on radio in 2017, it hasn't irritated me.
***
This song has had a peculiar chart life all things considered. When it was released, it did nothing, because how many people are really perched for a new Andy Grammer song? For reasons utterly lost on me, Spotify later gave it a big push, putting it on the big playlists, and sending it into the global top 50 chart, making this look very odd amongst the usual dance & hip hop that commonly resides. By the time it cracked the ARIA top 50, it was getting over half a million streams a week here, but about 50 iTunes sales in the same time frame, which is a classic case of a song getting disproportionately promoted to the point of arguable payola, if just because of how effective it is when there's a clear lack of invested interest being demonstrated elsewhere. As it would turn out, that would just be because radio hadn't cottoned on because they don't do that until something becomes a hit. Afterwards, all the sales woes were a thing of the past and the song exploded up the iTunes chart. As for Spotify, you could barely pinpoint when the song had become something of a national craze, as it only rose slightly more than its initial crest a couple months prior. This meant for a situation where the song that was once in the charts from almost literally streams and nothing else, was suddenly being hampered for spots in the top 10, because its streaming couldn't keep up.

My headcanon with this is that all the hip kids who listen to the popular Spotify playlists to find music cottoned onto the song and kept it for themselves, but months later they found their mums dancing to it under the back veranda and quickly deleted it and never spoke of it again. The song is not very interesting to me but this idea entertains me a lot.
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