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  1. She literally doesn’t even mention EDM in the interview.
  2. 2. Shitty lyrics and an obvious attempt to do a LMLYD part 2. A limp fart that basically cemented the end of the Delirium era. Hopefully no-one will ever ask her to do a lame ass movie love song again.
  3. I genuinely don’t consider that much of Delirium to be super dance-able. Maybe a half at absolute most of standard version and easily less than a third on the deluxe edition. I think she’s a better at dance when she’s on tracks like Summit or Don’t Leave.
  4. She said this on Joe Wicks’ podcast: “I spent a lot of time by myself, quite introspective. I had a backlog of things I wanted to write about," "It was quite deep and emotional. And this album is the opposite of that. I found this dream team of writers, who just for some reason, without even having to talk about it, were all on the same page. Together we’re on this mission just to have fun. We just want to make music for people to dance to and forget about everything in the past year." Don’t know why she thinks people wouldn’t listen to Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia instead, but o
  5. 8.5. This song’s a explosion of reaffirmation and energy. Lots of classic vocal manipulation going on. A belter Ellie track if there were one. I’m going to vote against this place’s tides.
  6. 4. A bad feat on a bad re-release of an album that only had one good song.
  7. She should just go to basics and not have the obvious overhanging expectations of needing to always have a global multi-billion streamed song with each era. I’m tired of her being a footnote on her own songs with how many feats we needed to endure before barely getting any solo single from Brightest Blue. Brightest Blue was a great album but its entirely existence is 110% tainted by its filled diaper EG.O side. I’d happily even accept a grunge album from her if it was cohesive and honest.
  8. It actually was on Halcyon before it appeared on Calvin’s 18 Months or even as one of his singles and I’m pretty sure it exists as a “bonus” or “extra” on literally every printed or digitally published edition of Halcyon/Halcyon Days - so every single person who bought the whole album will likely have experienced the 180° musical whiplash of its inclusion. So excuse me if I don’t fully accept its bonus status when seemingly no-one even had an option to buy the whole album without it essentially being a forced bundle unless you went out of you and paid more by buying every other track indi
  9. I’m giving it a 7 purely out of spite that thematically it was a disgusting addition to Halcyon.
  10. 8.5. A nice affirmation of her being committed to making a uniquely Ellie album. It’s not exactly my favorite “song” of hers, but it works nicely as an introduction.
  11. 10. Top tier. It should be considered a crime that’s she’s only ever performed it once live.
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