Toothbrush is the title of DNCE new single, a song that will come into the scene once the mind wrecking hit Cake By the Ocean will start declining…and I really hope it will decline soon cause I truly hear this damn song every blessed day on the radio or TV commercials lately. So please I beg you to stop it!
Anyway it is truly amazing what’s happening to DNCE these days. The band led by Joe Jonas was really the last possible bet for the artist after the failure of his solo album. We all know that the showbiz is a heartless bitch and it almost never gives concrete second chances to remain afloat, but apparently this time the bet seems to have paid off.
Toothbrush will be one of the track of DNCE‘s forthcoming EP calles Swaay. The song is so into Maroon 5 style, from the beginning to the very end. But despite the ups and downs of the song (not so funky to be danced, not so slow to stand still) it has a certain personality and it’s not boring at all. Plus congrats to Joe Jonas’ falsetto, who plays with great elegance this funky-pop track.
The official video will be released in the next weeks, but there’s a lyric version already available…and it is soooo lesbian! Enjoy the two girls and their Toothbrush!
If it’s true that Mr. Adam Levine fame level is now considered for some time as a personality of its own, it’s also true that the artist always seemed very loyal to the group of which he is leader of, Maroon 5. Of course, between The Voice and a very long list of featuring, his individuality has overtopped the band, even though in 14 years of career we never heard of a real solo single of his own. At least so far.
No worries ladies and gentlemen. Adam didn’t break up with the Maroon folks or is about to release a solo album. Quite simply for the first time in his career, he decided to take part into a movie project. The song, titled Go Now, is the leading OST of Sing Street, a comedy-drama directed by John Carney. The soundtrack has actually already been published last Friday, but only now the song has been confirmed also as a single, complete with a release of an official video clip.
Go Now is a downtempo with a very soft base which relies entirely on the interpretive skills of Adam, who always reaches amazing vocals on pop-rock basis of this kind. Shame that in their last EPs Maroon 5 songs like this were very few, but who knows…maybe in the next ones we will face a flashback to the She Will Be Loved times. But now, enjoy Go Now.