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Iveta & Simone - Single Review: Weeping

07 Dec 2019 // A review by Darryl Baser

Dueling divas Iveta & Simone have dropped the single Weeping, and it’s a power ballad with production values and a sense of drama which could make Jim Steinman or a drag queen blush.

If production values were shoes, this tune would be an 8“ sparkly pink platform stiletto.

Right from the opening bars of synth strings and programmed drums, it’s a 1980‘s inspired sound. In proper pop structure, it hits the chorus at 40 seconds in.

Lyrically it’s a story about a man not being faithful, leaving his woman ‘weeping’, and it follows a pretty linear narrative, the singers suspect male is unfaithful, find evidence, and then are Weeping. The second and third verses follow suit, as does the middle 8, ‘if she kiss your lips?, know it kills my heart, if you promise love, just from the start…’ and so on.

To be honest, I’d like to hear an acoustic version of the song.

Rating: ( 4 / 5 )
 

About Iveta & Simone

New Zealand’s Iveta & Simone Announce New Single, L.O.V.E. Catchy new age single slated to be a summer smash.

On the rise female vocalist duo Iveta & Simone have just announced the upcoming release of their highly anticipated new single, L.O.V.E.

The new single infuses Iveta & Simone’s signature artistry and vocals as only the duo can. They have released other tracks to great success, including the singles Sunshine and More Than A Man. The song L.O.V.E. also integrates their fusion of new age, contemporary, and alternative rock genres into a single, meaningful, and intoxicating sound that captivates audiences.

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