On her latest single, Kids At Midnight uncorks the champagne and lets the glitter fall. Love In Slow Motion is a bright and bubbly synth-pop hit that tells of a very relatable narrative.
Kids At Midnight (a.k.a. Jane Hanley) has been unstoppable this year. From the release of her sparkling sophomore album to landing her single Boys Like You on Netflix’s new series Never Have I Ever, the Aussie pop producer has killing it in every possible way.
Hanley is back for one last stab at her 2020 success with a brand new single Love In Slow Motion. It’s everything you love about the artist wrapped into a bubblegum dancefloor daze; bold melodies, neon synth-pop textures, and a chorus just waiting to be soundtracked on a teen movie.
Bursting with an infectious energy and bright, glossy beats, Love In Slow Motion holds absolutely nothing back from the moment it begins. It is an anthemic blend of ’80s pop, high school melodrama, neon synth, and unapologetic freedom that calls you to dance wherever you are.
It’s what Kids At Midnight does best, creating songs that allow a sense of complete infinity to wash over you. In the case of Love In Slow Motion, emotionally-driven lyricism and glistening bass slowly build themselves towards an explosive key-change that hits like New Year’s Eve fireworks.
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“A visceral fusion of dance pop and 80s nostalgia, as Robyn-esque as it is Tiffany, ‘Love In Slow Motion’ is overflowing with brash and beautiful drama and regret of an upbeat 80s power ballad and the dance savvy of Scandinavian pop,” the artist’s bio explains. “A song about pressing pause on a moment in time and desperately wanting to rewind, ‘Love In Slow Motion’ is a ‘won’t go quietly’ anthem for those who like their modern dance-pop sounding like an 80s dancefloor dream.”
Searching for a song that holds the brightness of summer love in a sparkling soundscape? Look no further than Kids At Midnight’s latest single.
Have a listen below: