It was released on 3 November as the second single from Joy's album Nation of Two Vance wrote "Like Gold" after coming off the road at the start of Joy said: "It started with a simple melody I was humming and the idea of looking back at a relationship. In February , Joy said: "I play a different rhythm from anything I've played before. I really like what the producer Phil Ek did with this song with big spacious drums and I like the way it sounds full of life. It's about a love that you're kind of reflecting on and the fire's gone out but there was some really good times in there. Al Newstead from ABC called the song a "slower heart-on-sleeve ballad", saying: "Between hypnotic plucking and gentle prose, he captures the embers of a relationship that "used to roar like an open fire". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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You've been hearing songs all week from your feature album: Vance Joy's Nation of Two. Now, let's pull back the curtain and hear the stories behind the songwriting heartthrob's latest. After coming off the road in from touring his world-busting debut album Dream Your Life Away, Vance Joy had two or three songs to his name but was keen to knuckle down on what would become Nation of Two out today. There's no doubting his talent for pulling together infectious, emotive sing-alongs, so let's explore Nation of Two through songs written in hotel rooms, with surprising collaborators, and that time he found inspiration after going down a Kanye West YouTube hole. Have a listen and read on:. I think Paul Kelly described them as odd socks, you have them lying around looking for another match.
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Welcome to Music Friday when we often bring you fresh, new tunes with jewelry, gemstones or precious metals in the title or lyrics. Today, we feature a nostalgic ballad from Aussie singer-songwriter Vance Joy. His unique ability to turn the pain of a past relationship into something hopeful gives this song the flavor we desperately crave. Plus, I thought it was a cool name. The artist tours internationally. Closing my eyes, remember how we were like. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
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