The MV kicks off very well, the bright member intros highlighting a sense of intimacy and high class style. The MV continues in high style, the suits and setting are classy to a T and the choreography is quirky. I'm not a huge fan of the possessiveness shown, the entitlement to the girlfriend's time (taking her away from her friends by insistence rather than enticement, and such), but it's not really enough to consider insulting. The song is smoothe and catchy and perfect background music for a classy cafe or any casual environment. The lyrics present a confusing message that directly conflicts with itself, but hardly anyone listens for the lyrics and they aren't saying anything too disgruntling. All in all it's a lovely tune and a satisfying comeback, though nothing revolutionary.
I Give It a 6/10: Good Job.
If you have Questions about my Terminology, Bias Bands, or any other FAQ click HERE.
The name, layout, opinions, analysis, and original media displayed on the Music Matters® website belongs to A-style® and are the intellectual property of Alexandra Swords. 2013©