Friday I'm In Love (Teil 2)
“Well, there to do with love in general. Love lost, hope for love in the future. Dying in your lover’s arms, I guess the only thing I didn’t cover was birth, everything else but. But I’m a romantic and I love these kind of songs. I wanted to do something very organic, very classic production, no electronic sounds and very vocally driven. It’s just a very personal intimate album. It’s not a trendy album of the times, it’s more classic. And for people who like my voice really because it’s so vocally driven, if you don’t like my voice you will hate the album.”
Instead of writing a long review about covers of songs we all know to be great already, I thought it would be far more beneficial for everyone if we just shared one of the better tracks of this fantastic release. You’ve no doubt heard The Cure’s “Friday I’m In Love” one or three-hundred times in your life, but I can guarantee you’ve never heard the foot-stomping acoustic rendition Imbruglia delivers on Male. The heart of the song is still present, but the accompaniment has been completely reworked in the most exciting way possible.