Content: Daybehavior is planning to release their 4th album in early 2016. The Swedish trio unleashed this digital single as a teaser to await the new opus.
“Change” features two songs. The original version is a danceable piece of traditional synth-pop. The song is carried by a deep-sounding bass line and a carrying chorus while the sensual vocals of Paulinda Crescentini injects a touch of magic to the work. “Change” sounds a little less melancholic although it features a kind of ‘feel-good’ feeling.
“Cambiare” is the Italian version of “Change” on, which Paulinda sings in Italian. It just adds an extra exotic touch to the song.
Conclusion: I can’t say that “Change” sounds like a potential hit, but it’s a well-crafted and polished piece of synth-pop music.
Best songs: “Change”.
Band: www.daybehavior.com / www.facebook.com/DayBehavior
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