Album · 2010 · 5 Songs. Setting Up Heartthrob. Listen on Apple Music.
First up, he premiered the album cover art on the Times Square Jumbotron as chronicled by EXTRA TV! Tonight, he hits the couch on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for what promises to be an unforgettable chat. Young HeartThrob illuminates a wide creative palette for Kodie. It dips in and out of moments of pop bliss, hip-hop grit, and future-facing alternative ambience. She proves that there’s nobody quite like her. Fall for Young HeartThrob in 2018. She offers a fresh take on Hip Hop and Pop, with tightly-wound rhymes, clever lyrics and ear-worm melodies over buoyant, genre-blurring beats that have become her calling card.
Heartthrob - Setting Up. 07:41. Gaiser,Heartthrob - Nasty Girl. Heartthrob - Heading for A Heartbreak (Original Mix).
Tegan & Sara, ‘Heartthrob’. After a decade-plus making smart folk pop, this duo of Canadian twins took a leap into radio-hungry dance beats. Their songwriting stayed sharp and revealing as ever, and on "Closer," they show up all the billion-dollar divas with a disco burner about "how to get you underneath me" that is one of the year's sweatiest singles. On its fifth album, this quintessentially British band moved to .
Heartthrob still bites as incisively, forgives as breathlessly as the Tegan and Sara of old, and that’s a wonderful realization after the culture shock of hearing the twins translated through producer Greg Kurstin’s (the Bird and the Bee) arena-geared sound. The drums here punch along fearlessly, robotically, while the synths paint things in day-glo colors and with fluorescent clarity, and signposts generally not associated with the sisters’ punk reputation – Pink, Robyn, Cyndi Lauper, et. al. – show up with increasing regularity
On their 2009 album Sainthood, Tegan and Sara made some tentative steps into the pop mainstream by stripping their sound down to the bare essentials and delivering a batch of their hookiest songs to date. Four years later, on 2013's Heartthrob, the duo dives into the pop mainstream headfirst. record, before finishing with a pair of bleak synth pop heartbreak ballads ("Now I'm All Messed Up," "Shock to Your System") that make La Roux sound like Bananarama. After a long career spent making subtle adjustments to their approach, it took some real guts to make such a drastic change, and the gamble pays off for them.
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