Seriously, these girls have to stop, do they want to occupy the whole music scene, absorb every single music genre until their music becomes an inaudible soup served at every meal to satisfy everybody? Since the Haim sisters have become famous, they have been trying a bit of everything, their music was already a weird combination between Fleetwood Mac, R&B, via rock and folk, or whatever, I am not that sure anymore, but they have now collaborated with DJ Calvin Harris for a new song entitled ‘Pray to God’,… and this drops the same day that the pope tells us to stop believing in God’s magic!
So far they have collaborated with Stevie Nicks, Kid Cudi, the Killers, ASAP Ferg, Mumford and Sons, Major Lazer, I also know they have played with Ryan Adams and probably many others….this is not making music anymore, this is phagocytosis, swallowing everything they find like an angry amoeba. So here it is, another collab, going all 70s-disco-EDM with their usual multi-harmony vocals, a generic dance floor number that you will certainly hear if you are a nightclub goer, or some euro-disco butt-shaker. It certainly works if you like stereotyped dance music, I’ll pass, thanks
Is it me, or the tune even sounds la bit ike the Police at 0:58 and at 1:57? Because yes, it goes back into circles, a bit pop-dance, taking a full disco ball level, then these half-hushed Fleetwood-Mac-like multi voices and then open dance floor again…. It’s like a melting pot song you have heard a hundred times before at different moments of your life, all amalgam-ed into one track.
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