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Coldplay – ‘Adventure Of A Lifetime’
Coldplay are incredible and only seem to be making better and more diverse music with each release they make.
They’ve come a long way from their humble ‘Shiver’ beginnings. ‘Adventure Of A Lifetime’, sees the band working with the producer, Stargate and taking a new, colourful, more uplifting direction.
This latest offering is fun and more pop than ever before, but it’s a great new sound for them. I’d love to see this performed live and am currently listening my way through the album!
‘Adventure Of A Lifetime’ is on iTunes for downloading now! – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/adventure-lifetime-radio-edit/id1058139399
The Vamps – ‘Wake Up’
The Vamps are a UK band who rose to fame in 2013, with their debut song, ‘Wild Heart’, but have never really entered my vision until now.
‘Wake Up’ is the lead single off their new album of the same name but I thoroughly enjoy this track due to its use of gang vocals.
The music video also features Brooklyn Beckham and it serves as his acting debut.
‘Wake Up’ is available for downloading now! – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/wake-up/id1039482410?i=1039482412
Matt – Muzik Speaks
Feel-good? This song is happiness itself!
Michael Jackson may no longer be with us, but L.A. Reid and Timbaland sure brought him back to life in 2014! L.A. Reid (head of Epic Records) spearheaded the production of MJ’s posthumous album, Xscape, using a variety of unreleased songs and demos and put several big-name producers/production teams in charge of contemporising them.
In charge of this particular track was Timbaland and Jerome “J-Roc” Harmon who brought in long-term Timbaland collaborator, Justin Timberlake, to add some guest vocals for the single release, seeing further chart success for the sadly deceased entertainer.
No matter what you may think of him personally, no single person can deny the man’s incredible talents; vocally and in his live performances. His death has left a great hole in the industry as one of the all-time greatest performers.
This song fits perfectly just about anywhere at any time; it can brighten the darkest day, lift the deepest mood or just make a great summer day even better. I’ve listened to this 100 times or more and I’m still not bored of it! (I may be slightly biased though as Michael Jackson is my favourite performer ever; I’m surprised I’ve held off this long from making him a featured track of the day!)
What do you think of this posthumous MJ release? Are you a fan? Have you got your own #FeelGoodFriday track for today? Please leave a comment below and share this link.
Matt – Muzik Speaks