I just finished listening to the song for the first time. I'm definitely not into rap or nu-metal but I enjoyed the song more than I expected. I wouldn't listen to them without Amy but the song wasn't bad at all in my opinion.
Amy sounded super great. I actually liked her sound more than in recent Ev tracks. The vocals were beautifully layered and edited with good taste.
All in all, the more collabs Amy does, the happier I am. That's publicity both for her and Ev. And we get the opportunity to hear more of her singing which is always good!
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Her verse reminds me a lot of If You Don't Mind or even Further Away. Heavy and epic. Would love to eventually hear it live!
If I remember correctly, I saw that Body Count and Amy were to appear on Jimmy Fallon to perform it live. Not sure if this is still going to happen though with all this COVID-19 going on.
Yes. They were supposed to appear on the March 17 episode but it was canceled. Who knows if they will reschedule. I kind of doubt it as the song will be "old news" by then and I'm sure Amy will be more focused on the Worlds Collide tour.
Post by tezbear_91 on Apr 20, 2020 11:27:40 GMT -6
This song has a great messaged behind it and I can see why Amy wanted to be apart of this track. Apart from the long talking intro (which stays a bit too long) I really enjoyed the song. Is it my favourite my collab? No.. but it was great to have some to listen to while we waited for new material.
Post by Rarkphoenix on Apr 22, 2020 13:06:47 GMT -6
arlieimperfection Agreed. I mean I kind of got the impression he was pretty legit just from the lyrical themes in When I'm Gone, but this interview reaffirms that. Very humble, very intelligent, very genuine bloke.
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