**** FEEL THE LOVE lief für sie (und JOHN NEWMAN) wirklich gut - hier der offizielle Nachfolger mit Alex Clare, der auch nicht ganz erfolglos in 2012 war - und wieder ein flotter Dubstep-Pop mit guten Breaks, bunter Instrumentierung und überraschenden Wechsel.
***** Was it ever going to be as good as "Feel the Love"? Probably not. It has some similarities to that though while not seeming like a carbon copy (eg, brass section utilised differently, tempo changes etc). It's these parts of the song that make the song stand out as a solid follow up, even if it'll always be in the shadow of its predecessor. 4.75
My 86th favourite song of 2012. Last edited: 02.01.2013 05:27
**** The first time I heard this I thought exactly the same as above (it's not as good as Feel The Love). It's so easy to compare the two because of the similar sound and vocals but it's still pretty decent. I like it when it goes into the full on drum and bass bit, the low-key verses don't really match.
*** Waarschijnlijk is dit een nummer waar je aan moet wennen, en dus zal ik mijn mening wellicht nog gaan bijstellen. Maar vooralsnog vind ik het een beetje rommelig en zeker niet zo goed als 'Feel the love'
**** Die Strophen sind komisch, passen iwie gar nicht zum Rest des Songs. Das braucht wohl mehrere Anläufe, denn ich will jetzt nicht nach einmal hören schon den Track abschreiben. Der Dubstep-Part ist aber wirklich grandios. 4* Last edited: 10.11.2012 02:27
**** At first, I wasn't a fan, I didn't think it could live up to the high expectations I had after the mighty "Feel the Love". The more and more I hear it on the radio, the more I love it. However, it loses points as it doesn't have that same crossover appeal or catchiness that "Feel the Love" had. Still a good dance/dub track, and John Newman's vocals great as always.
**** Not going to repeat the obvious like everyone has said it will always be in the shadow of FTL but it's still a very solid release which deserves it's current success, time will tell which of the two will be remember and played in years to come.
****** At one point I liked this more than "Feel The Love", but that is no longer the case. It doesn't quite have the same spark that the previous single does or the catchiness. Still awesome though and I do love that they managed to tweak their formula so well without it coming off as mediocre. The breakdowns in particular are very good here. Brilliant film clip as well.
Amazingly spent more weeks in the ARIA top 50 and polled higher than "Feel The Love" in the Triple J Hottest 100 countdown. I still wish it had gone top 10 in Australia but a #12 chart peak is still really pleasing. Last edited: 24.04.2017 09:28
**** I definitely enjoy it and I like how it differentiates itself from "Feel The Love" in it's breakdown. However it just doesn't get there for me and the vocals don't do the breakdown very much justice. With the exception of "Hell Could Freeze" this is my least favourite from Rudimental. Last edited: 23.11.2014 06:11
****** Billig? Wenn man der Meinung ist, alle elektronische Musik sei billig, dann ja. Falls man jedoch nicht diese Ansicht teilt, tja... dann kann man dieses Lied nur gut finden. Nur: ein bisschen viel Text für Rudimental, hehe :D