If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know) (track) by The 1975
From the album Notes On A Conditional Form (track #16)
If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know) appears on the following album(s) by The 1975:
- Notes On A Conditional Form (track #16) (this album) (2020)
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One of their best songs, from the experimental intro with great vocals from FKA Twigs, to the "Run Like Hell" influenced guitar riff, to the 80s sounding melodies, to glittery synths, to a great sax solo which one might hear on a late night comedy program, to just brilliant lyrics combining perspectives on virtual intimacy with goth-like meditations on a failed sense of self. Despite all this, loses 5 points for poor mastering.
I’m so glad I gave their last album a try, it’s all lead to this which is fucking amazing. Even better than the live version that was circulating.
THIS IS AMAZING!!!