The music industry is tense and on edge. Now, DJs and artists wait to see which song can be considered this year’s track of the summer. After that, the bands and DJs move on. They either go on tour, release a new album or move their music away from the catchy, vibrant style which belongs to the summer season. However, there’s still time for one more feel-good single, in the form of Jack Wins’ Good Love.
Good Love contains all the traditional elements of a club anthem, with soulful vocals sounding similar to the style of Alex Newell and upbeat piano stabs which DJs such as Blonde have used in the past. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that this track from Jack Wins has Blonde’s support, as well as Lost Frequencies, Sam Feldt and Nicky Romero.
From the fluid piano melody to the repeated vocals, the song is catchy in nature and sounds predictable at first.
That is until we hear the chorus, when alongside the aforementioned piano stabs, a deep house synth plays in the background. This is then developed in the brief second verse. It’s this fusion of two club styles which will take the listener by surprise and makes Good Love stand out in the heavily populated dance industry.
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