You realize, when Conan Grey takes on electro-pop. These tracks are all the time annoyingly excellent ones. And with electro-pop being a music model he’s prominently that includes in his new album period. Subsequently, I’m desperate to take heed to his newest link-up with the style. Though, notably when studying the legendary producer Max Martin has co-produced a lot of the upcoming album “Discovered Heaven” together with the newly launched monitor “Lonely Dancers.” It’s protected to say, that with these parts in place. That Conan will likely have an enormous hit on his fingers.
Noticeably, the promising teaser clips that have been launched for “Lonely Dancer” hinted at an 80s synth-pop model. And so, when trying out the music video and eagerly urgent play. The gargantuan melodic synths harking back to Males With out Hats’ kookie hit “Security Dance,” immediately had me smiling away,
Together with a fair proportion of the commenters on YouTube, the one excellent occasion that stopped me in my tracks, loudly exclaiming ‘what was that,!’ This was Connan’s spectacular switching from decrease to higher vocal registers. Now, I severely would like to witness this change-over reside. Another factor to notice. Pay shut consideration to the lyrics within the final verse. Particularly, as a result of – trace… pictures are fired! Which I don’t thoughts sharing left me lifeless and concurrently laughing out aloud.
Within the music video directed by Jason Lester, Connan portrays an unlucky boyfriend who finds himself dumped after he inadvertently discovers his lady locked in a kiss with one other man. Hit by the realisation of what’s occurring and whereas fortuitously on the identical time standing exterior a membership. He does what all jilted lovers would do in that scenario. He flees contained in the constructing, picks out a monitor on the jukebox (“Lonely Dancers“) and proceeds to sing and dance out this heartbreak. Seemingly, amongst a room inhabited with fellow lonely-hearted of us which are seemingly frozen-in-time.
I can foresee “Lonely Dancers” ending up my most-played Conan Grey monitor of all time.