Carly Rae Jepsen says Love me like that to The Knocks
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The Knocks teamed up with Carly Rae Jepsen on their new single "Love me like that." The result - catchy pop song, with a potential to become a disco hit.
Carly Rae Jepsen became famous when she delivered the catchy "Call me maybe" few years back. She kept using the same formula on almost every song she has recorded ever since. The catchy, light pop songs rapidly turn into radio hits and sooner rather than later, everyone know them.
Recently she collaborated with Ben Ruttner and James Patterson; or shortly The Knocks, when they remixed her song "All that". The collaboration was extended with a proposal for Jensen to lend her vocals to their new single. The song made the last minute cut onto The Knock's upcoming album titled "55."
"Love me like that," is 80s influenced, smooth disco number with flawless production. It works out as a radio hit or as crowded club banger. The (soon to become) disco anthem will get you singing (over and over again): "I hear thunder in the distance/ And it hits me in an instant/ Crashing through my heart and I’m blown apart/ You don’t love me like that (you don’t love me like that)."
Take a listen and let us know what you think of it.